Lieutenant James Cook's HMB Endeavour is best known as the ship whose voyage to Australia led to the European colonisation of the continent. But what became of it after it returned to England? The answer seems to lie on the muddy seafloor of a historic harbour in the United States.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 23 Sep 2018|
- Maritime archaeology
- Shipwreck Archaeology
- HMB Endeavour
Hunter, J., Hosty, K., & Malliaros, I. (2018). Piecing Together a Puzzle: Photogrammetric Recording in the Search for Cook’s Endeavour. Signals, 125, 14-19. https://issuu.com/anmmuseum/docs/signals125_spreads