How many countries did Captain Cook find?
Captain James Cook did not actually find any countries. He was the first to chart the eastern coast of Australia, and he was the first to circumnavigate New Zealand. However, he did not find either of these countries. He was the first European to come across Hawaii, which he called the Sandwich Islands, but they do not constitute a "country".
Captain Cook did not discover any countries. He explored many, including New Zealand and Australia, and he discovered and named the Hawaiian Islands, which he originall called the Sandwich islands. He did not discover any countries.
Captain James Cook - was BORN in England !... Not far from where I live. He was an explorer who traveled by ship to many foreign countries. If you type 'James Cook' into Wikipedia - there is a comprehensive article on his life, career and maritime exploits.
Captain Cook circumnavigated the world twice.
Captain James Cook had just one wife: Elizabeth (nee Batts).
Captain James Cook was a captain for the royal navy and made many maps of Newfoundland. He was born in Marton in 1728. He was also an avid explorer.
Yes. He had many voyages and found what he was looking for on all of them except his voyage to Hawaii in which he got killed.
he had 7 siblings
Captain James Cook was killed by natives in Hawaii on his third voyage in 1779.
None. Captain Cook did not carry convicts. His was a mission of exploration and discovery. Cook was not part of the First Fleet of convicts to Australia.
Cook departed on 26 August 1768, carrying 94 people
he made three voyages
He went to Hawaii twice.
James Cook only travelled to New Zealand and Australia once.
i dont know do you?
twenty peiple sailed with him.
three ships called the adventure the eandevare and the reselution
Yes; I believe he was a good leader. He cared for his crew and always tried to do the best for them, this is one of the things that is needed to become a good captain. Another one is that you have to be brave, captain cook was brave, this is known because he came on the land of the aboriginals without knowing that they weren't going to be safe. There are many more reasons… Read More
The Cook Islands were indeed named after James Cook. However, there are many different small individual islands known as Cook Island. Most of these are likely to also be named after James Cook, but there may be others named after local identities with the name of Cook.
he took 1 ship
One Contributors Opinion Captain Cook lied, stole & murdered natives but Captain Cook was not the only villain. He was under orders to explore and chart new lands, and to make honest evaluations of the usefulness of those lands to the English authorities. A Rebuttal Cook went out of his way to treat the indigenous natives with respect. I suggest you read one of the many excellent books available about him, and come back and… Read More
James Cook (not yet a captain) did not name Botany Bay after any of his companions. Botany Bay was so named because of the many varieties of new plant life that botanist Sir Joseph Banks noted.
He traveled many places, he went on three voyages.
James Cook contributed to oceanography by helping find many known islands, such as Hawaii,the Cook Islands,and many more.
None. Captain Cook did not carry convicts. His was a mission of exploration and discovery. Cook was not part of the First Fleet of convicts to Australia. Cook's only part in the passage of convicts was to recommend Botany Bay as a suitable site for a penal colony, but he died nine years before the First Fleet arrived.
Captain Cook was an explorer for the British empire and his job was to explore and while he was at it claim territory for the British which would eventually lead to Britain having a foothold in as many strategically important places as possible this strategy applied to both military and trade considerations.
Captain Cook lived in Whitby while he was an apprentice in ship building. He also sailed from Whitby when he discovered many parts of the world, including Hawaii and Australia.
Lieutenant James Cook (not yet a captain) took less than two years to reach Australia from England. On the way, he spent some time observing the transit of Venus from Tahiti, and also circumnavigating the main islands of New Zealand.
Captain Cook did not discover Australia. See the related question. As for who travelled with Cook: apart from the usual ship's crew, Captain Cook also had the botanist Sir Joseph Banks with him. Banks classified and named many new species of plants in Australia and New Zealand, and the unique Australian species known as the banksia is named after him. The Swedish botanist Daniel Solander and Finnish scientist Dr. Herman Spöring also travelled with Cook… Read More
James Cook was not a captain, but a lieutenant, when he claimed the eastern coast of Australia. He did not discover the continent, as there were many other explorers who came to the land first. He claimed the eastern coast, excluding Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania), in August 1770.
Chicago is a city so there are no countries in Chicago. If you are referring to counties, Chicago is located within Cook County. There are no counties in Chicago.
yes he had 2 but one died at age 4 and the other died at 23
Which region was so named by captain Cook because he saw abundant food at many Maori villages on the coast?
I think its the Bay of Plenty.
If you mean the HMS Endeavour (Captain Cook), then it left Plymouth port in 1768 with 94 people aboard.
Captain Cook named the southeastern point he first saw "Point Hicks", after the crewman who first sighted it. He then went on to name many more places along the eastern coast, which can be found in the link below. This link includes reasons for some of the names. Cook also claimed the eastern part of the continent in the name of Britain and named it New South Wales.
To cook a Madagascar cockroach, you fry them to make sure they are cooked through. While some countries consider this a delicacy, many people do not like them.
Captain Cook is the first one that is well documented, although there were probably many others who explored earlier, but didn't document it.
There are many countries in which you can find a variety of natural rainforests. Brazil is one country where you can find rainforests.
They find how many hours of sleep they get each night by using a cook book. Then they cook food. Then they do their math homework with a cook book.
Captain Cook did not travel directly to Australia. He left Plymouth, England, in August 1768 and reached Australia in April 1770. On the way, he stopped at Tahiti to observe the transit of Venus (his main mission), then stopped at New Zealand for many months of exploration and mapping before seeking the "unknown continent" further west.
They are called Cook Islanders. They are sometimes called a Rarotongan because it is the most populous island in the Cook Islands. In countries like New Zealand where there are many Cook Islanders, they call themselves, or are referred to by others as a Cookie (short for Cook Islander), or Raro (Short for Rarotongan).
back in the days of captain cook the average hawaiian men were six feet five in. tall. the ali'i was seven feet and taller. many tumb have been found today with bones that were seven feet and taller. my great grandfather was seven feet tall and his father was a little taller. his name was ku'kauakahi-keawehu.
James Cook was a successful captain because he was one of the first to introduce a diet that enabled his men to avoid the dreaded "scurvy", literally the scourge of sailors at that time. He was also successful because the journeys he undertook were ambitious, extending around the world in a time when long sea journeys could be very hazardous. On these journeys, he mapped and named many new features and added considerably to the… Read More
Does anyone realize that the Captain Cook sound is a very close copy of Billy Vaughn's immensely popular late 50s recordings?
The very popular "Captain Cook und Seine Singenden Saxophone (German pop instrumental band) has made a career of copying the Billy Vaughn orchestral sound from the late 1950s/early 60s. In fact some of Captain Cook's popular albums are titled "Ich denk so gern an Billy Vaughn" and "Da tanzten wir zu Billy Vaughn". Captain Cook has also recorded many of the Billy Vaughn hits, some of which were No 1 and 2 on the German… Read More
Chimps can be found in 21 countries in Africa
There are many places where one could find a video on how to cook with a Primo Grill. One of the best places to watch videos online would be the website Youtube.
There are many ranks on a sailing ship. Some of these include: the captain master, chief officer, able seaman, chief engineer, and chief cook.
He wasn't; this is a common misconception. If you are referring to Cook's exploration of Australia, many Dutch and Portuguese explorers named points along Australia's coastline long before Cook ever arrived. Cook was not even the first Englishman, being preceded some 80 years earlier by William Dampier.
Captain James Cook made many significant contributions to exploration. Arguably his most important was when he circumnavigated and charted New Zealand (1769) and, several months later, the Eastern coast of Australia, in 1770. After he charted the east coast of Australia in much detail, he returned a favourable report to England. It was this report and recommendation which convinced the authorities to colonise the Australian continent with convicts. It was also on this journey that… Read More
yes it was as he had many jobs to arrive in other countries
There were many! The first were peoples from the Pacific/Asia, they eventually became the natives of Hawaii. The first recorded contact of foreigners was when Captain James Cook arrived in Hawaii in 1778.