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Why did English explorer James Cook name the eastern coast New South Wales?

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European discovery of Australia. ... Captain James Cook claimed the whole of ... took possession of the whole Eastern Coast ... by the name New South Wales
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James Cook, portrait by ... plying coal along the English coast. ... In 1887 the London-based Agent-General for the New South Wales Government, ...
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First sighting and landfall. James Cook’s ship the Endeavour was a relatively small vessel of 368 tons, just 32 metres long and 7.6 metres broad.
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Mapping Australia's coastline; ... was lost after exploring eastern, southern and western coast of ... James Cook; State Library New South Wales, ...
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A biographical sketch of Captain James Cook. ... Cook's first voyage did not disprove ... and South islands of New Zealand (through Cook ...
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Project Gutenberg Australia ... Captain James Cook, discoverer of the east coast of ... took possession of the whole eastern coast, naming it New South ...
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