A Woman & a Boy, Natives of Otaheite, in the Dress of that Country by Thomas Chambers

A Woman & a Boy, Natives of Otaheite, in the Dress of that Country

Thomas Chambers

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A Woman & a Boy, Natives of Otaheite, in the Dress of that Country

Thomas Chambers

Tahitians, from where the Endeavour expedition astronomers observed the Transit of Venus on 3 June 1769. Illustration from A journal of a voyage to the South Seas, in His Majesty's ship, The Endeavour, by Sydney Parkinson (London, 1773), which was published posthumously.

Original: engraving. 1773

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