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Death of Captain James Cook, who was murdered by natives of Sandwich Islands, February 14, 1779, engraving from painting by John Webber (1750-1793) from account of last voyage of James Cook (1728-1779), 1776 -1779, Polynesia, 18th century : Stock Illustration
The death of Captain James Cook, who was murdered by the natives of the Sandwich Islands, now Hawaii, February 14, 1779, engraving from a painting by John Webber (1750-1793) from an account of the last voyage of James Cook (1728-1779), undertaken between 1776 and 1779. Polynesia, 18th century.

Death of Captain James Cook, who was murdered by natives of Sandwich Islands, February 14, 1779, engraving from painting by John Webber (1750-1793) from account of last voyage of James Cook (1728-1779), 1776 -1779, Polynesia, 18th century

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The death of Captain James Cook, who was murdered by the natives of the Sandwich Islands, now Hawaii, February 14, 1779, engraving from a painting by John Webber (1750-1793) from an account of the last voyage of James Cook (1728-1779), undertaken between 1776 and 1779. Polynesia, 18th century.
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