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HMS Endeavour may have been found in the US

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Carlos Allende

Wow. Going to be tough hauling it back home through Wootton Basset high street. BUT I'LL STILL BE THERE SALUTING.

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paperdyer

Hopefully the US won't be helping to pay to recover it.  Yes, high historical value, just not ours.

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Black Monk
On 20/09/2018 at 5:07 PM, paperdyer said:

Hopefully the US won't be helping to pay to recover it.  Yes, high historical value, just not ours.

That's debateable. It's in American waters.

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Black Monk

The famed South Pacific voyage by James Cook and his crew in HMS Endeavour (1768–71) resulted in huge advances in European scientific knowledge, an important milestone in what became known as the 'Age of Reason'. But how much is known about the famous ship in which the crew sailed? As news emerges that the mystery of the final resting place of HMS Endeavour may have finally been solved, Peter Moore shares five facts about the first European vessel to reach the east coast of what’s now known as Australia…

https://www.historyextra.com/period/georgian/hms-endeavour-captain-cook-where-sunk-australia-america-what-other-names/

 

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