Then, proceeding up the coast and carefully following his Admiralty instructions, Cook began his painstaking exploration as he neared 60˚ N latitude, closing in to the shore during the daylight hours and standing off at night.Be sure to visit our Paleo page(s) for the oldest of the old.Don't forget that MSU also has a writing center that can provide assistance. Writing in Literature : Practical advice from the University of North Carolina Writing Center.
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These pages offer a great variety of arrowheads and other stone tools which come from the Columbia River and it's many tributaries in Northern Oregon and Washington.
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They reflect a blending of Native and Christian beliefs through combined symbols and cultural expressions.
The blending of Christian motifs and `traditional' Native art forms provide an example of hybridized innovative art.
An experienced sailor and navigator, Cook was commissioned to sail to the South Seas to chart the transit of Venus in 1768.