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'Two of the Natives of New Holland, Advancing to Combat'
The earliest encounter between Lieutenant James Cook's men and the people of New Holland [Australia], in April 1770. This was Cook's first landing on the continent of Australia. The two 'Gweagal aborigines threatened us, and discovered hostile intentions, often crying to us, Warra warra wai'. 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
- Image ref: RS-9216
- The Royal Society