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Captain James Cook

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Tall Ships and Maritime History - Tall Ships and Maritime History -You can find Wanderlust an. Tall Ships, Old Sailing Ships, Sailing Boat, Wooden Ship, Yacht Boat, Set Sail, Submarines, Wooden Boats, Model Ships

HMS Endeavour, 3-mâts carré britannique. 1764. Utilisé par J.Cook lors de sa première expédition.

Prison Hulk--"It was normal for prisoners under sentence of transportation to… London History, British History, Hulk, Primary History, Van Diemen's Land, Little Dorrit, First Fleet, John Bell, Costa

Sentencing to Departure - Prison Hulks & Convict Gaols

Prison Hulk--"It was normal for prisoners under sentence of transportation to spend the first part of their sentence in the prison where they had awaited trial, usually in solitary confinement....In the early 19th century, most prisoners awaiting transportation were sent to the 'hulks' in London before being assigned to a convict ship and leaving England."

Caged convicts on a ship bound for Australia. The average journey time to the penal colony was 102 days World History, Family History, Van Diemen's Land, First Fleet, Penal Colony, John Bell, Botany Bay, Australia Day, Melbourne Australia

Website reveals secrets of convicts sent to Australia

Detailed records are now available of thousands of Britons transported in the 18th and 19th centuries

Captain Arthur Phillip who led the First Fleet to Australia in He established the penal colony that was to become Sydney and served as the first Governor of New South Wales from 1788 to Arthur Phillip, Royal Navy Officer, First Fleet, Penal Colony, Early Explorers, Aboriginal People, National Portrait Gallery, Historical Images, Australian Art

Captain Arthur Phillip who led the First Fleet to Australia in 1788. He established the penal colony that was to become Sydney and served as the first Governor of New South Wales from 1788 to 1792.

history of alfred_hughes of Little Oyster Cove, Kettering, Tasmania Van Diemen's Land, Emigrate To Australia, First Fleet, Terra Australis, Penal Colony, Australian Photography, Aboriginal History, Sea Captain, Australia Day

This is Captain John Ross and he was the captain of the last convict ship that came to Australia. The ship was the Hashemy.

Moment when Captain James Cook was killed: Herb Kawainui Kane -Kane thoroughly researched the historical setting for accuracy in his details. Hawaiian Dancers, Hawaiian Art, Captain James Cook, Macao, Outrigger Canoe, Hawaii Surf, Pop Culture Art, Military Diorama, Beautiful Islands

Herb Kawainui Kane "RIP"

A Blog about GoPro, Lifestyle, Photography, Cinematography, Adventure, Surfing, Action Sports, Health, Environment, Hawaii and Life.

Joseph Banks 1773 Reynolds / a British naturalist, botanist and patron of the natural sciences. Banks made his name on the 1766 natural history expedition to Newfoundland and Labrador. Thomas Gainsborough, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Hogarth, Banks, Elizabeth Gilbert, Fleet Street, Joseph, Carl Linnaeus, Patrick O'brian

Portrait of Sir Joseph Banks by Sir Joshua Reynolds

Portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, (1743-1820), rising from his chair.

Captain Arthur Phillip, Played a big part iin Australia's history. Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, Malayan Emergency, Famous People In History, Arthur Phillip, Aussie Australia, First Fleet, Australian Icons, Penal Colony

Captain Arthur Phillip

Admiral Arthur Phillip (1738 - 1814) was the first Governor of New South Wales, and founder of the settlement which became Sydney. Phillip sailed with the First Fleet, as Governor-designate of the proposed British penal colony of New South Wales. In February 1788, he selected its location to be Port Jackson (now Sydney Harbour)

Drawing of the convict transportation ship "Neptune" that operated between England and Australia in Van Diemen's Land, First Fleet, Penal Colony, John Bell, Jackson, Nautical Art, Tall Ships, Tasmania, Vintage Images

Drawing of the convict transportation ship "Neptune" that operated between England and Australia in 1789.

 Watercolour on ivory miniature in gold frame. Find more detailed information about this image: acms. From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: www. Captain James Cook, French History, Miniature Portraits, Exploration, Historical Images, Australian Art, South Wales, Natural History, Yorkshire

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Top 10 Prisoners Who Kept Escaping Prison - Joseph “Moondyne Joe” Bolitho Johns was a petty criminal, a robber and a horse thief, who would have been long forgotten about if he didn’t escape from prison from 5 times. Bizarre Facts, Weird Facts, Horse Thief, Australian Bush, Australian Fashion, First Photograph, Western Australia, Historical Photos, Old Photos

10 Fascinating Only Existing Photographs - Listverse

I have always loved historical photographs especially photos that are rare. You could say there are two kinds of only existing photographs. One is a one time event or incident where only one image is captured by one camera. The other has to do with the time period involved when cameras were a rarity or

Penelope Cruz has 883 stamped on her right ankle, Beyonce a praying angel etched on her upper left thigh and Angelina Jolie a Bengal tiger drawn on her lower back. Convict Costume, First Fleet, Australian Icons, Terra Australis, Tiger Drawing, Botany Bay, Dark Swan, Historical Landmarks, Penelope Cruz

Tales of tattoo trend as old as Australia

Penelope Cruz has 883 stamped on her right ankle, Beyonce a praying angel etched on her upper left thigh and Angelina Jolie a Bengal tiger drawn on her lower back.

The English navigator Captain James Cook and his crew, including the botanist… Captain James Cook, Early Explorers, Botany Bay, First Contact, Historical Pictures, Royal Navy, British History, World History, Ancestry

Postcard Captain James Cook, Born in Marton, 1779,

Postcard Captain James Cook, Born in Marton, 1779, Botany Bay buy now for only €1.00 - postally used 1984, corners bumped, Knickspur links, otherwise good