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
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

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

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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