Daily Activities 1768-1771

 
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10 July, 1770

On 10 July, 1770, some Bama people crossed Endeavour River to the ship, but didn't board
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9 July, 1770

On 9 July, 1770, some Bama people appeared on the other side of the river
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8 July, 1770

On 8 July, 1770, Joseph Banks returned from his trip up Endeavour River
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7 July, 1770

On 7 July, 1770, saw and described a kangaroo
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6 July, 1770

On 6 July, 1770, Joseph Banks began a trip up Endeavour River
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5 July, 1770

On 5 July, 1770, repairs to Endeavour's hull ended, at Endeavour River
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4 July, 1770

On 4 July, 1770, repairs continued on the Endeavour
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3 July, 1770

On 3 July, 1770, Joseph Banks saw a crocodile
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2 July, 1770

On 2 July, 1770, James Cook sent the Master to look for a channel to the north
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1 July, 1770

On 1 July, 1770, the men of Endeavour were ashore on liberty as it was Sunday
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30 June, 1770

On 30 June, 1770, James Cook climbed Grassy Hill to get a better look at Endeavour River
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29 June, 1770

On 29 June, 1770, fish was caught in Endeavour River  
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28 June, 1770

On 28 June, 1770, James Cook observed Jupiter
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27 June, 1770

On 27 June, 1770, the men of Endeavour overhauled the rigging
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26 June, 1770

On 26 June, 1770, Joseph Banks found many plants under water inside Endeavour
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25 June, 1770

On 25 June, 1770, Joseph Banks managed to see a kangaroo
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24 June, 1770

On 24 June, 1770, several of the Endeavour men saw a kangaroo
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23 June,1770

On 23 June, 1770, the starboard side of Endeavour was mended
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22 June, 1770

On 22 June, 1770, the damage to Endeavour's hull was examined
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21 June, 1770

On 21 June, 1770, Endeavour was moved higher up the harbour
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