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Endeavour voyage : the untold stories of Cook and the First Australians / edited by Ian Coates.

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ISBN 9781921953378 (paperback)
Title Endeavour voyage : the untold stories of Cook and the First Australians / edited by Ian Coates.
Publisher &/or associated date/s Canberra, ACT : National Museum of Australia, 2020.
©2020.
Description 200 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 31 cm.
Note Lead curator: Ian Coates ; Curators: Shona Coyne, Alana Garwood-Houng, Lily Withycombe, Kayla Borman ; Producer : Janey Wood.
"Published to accompany the exhibition Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians, National Museum of Australia, 2 June 2020 - 28 Apr 2020."--Title page verso.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword: First act of reconciliation / Matthew Trinca -- Below deck: the story behind the exhibition / Ian Coates -- Telling our story our way / Ray Ingrey, Shane Ingrey, Paul Irish, Kodie Mason, Sophie Youngberry (Gadhungal Research Program team) -- Renaming - reclaiming ceremony / Alana Garwwod-Houng -- Behind the message / Alison Page -- Art on the beach: community artists respond to the events of 1770 / Edwina Circuitt-- Through children's eyes / Lily Withycombe and Naomi Zouwer -- Ship and shore: navigating the exhibition -- Eight places / Munda Babul, Point Hicks, Gulaga, Mount Dromedary, Kamay, Botany Bay, Dooragan, Mooragan and Booragan, Three Brothers Mountains, Gooragan, Bustard Bay, Seventeen Seventy, Endeavour Reef, Waalumball Birri, Endeavour River, Bedanug, Thunadha, Bedhan Lag, Tuidin, Possession Island -- Georgian England: after the voyage -- Recasting Cook -- Concluding reflections -- Agents of the Enlightenment / Angus Trumble -- Unfathomable Cook / Sarah Engledow -- Cook-In-Canberra: exhibition Endeavours in the 21st century / Marie Nugent -- Endeavour interrupted: commoration in the time of Covid-19 / Angus Trumble -- Makarrata: the coming together after a struggle / Megan Davis -- Unfinished business / Shona Coyne
Summary The Story of Cook and 1770 marks the first moment of British contact with the east coast of the continent we now know as Australia. It is one of our nation's origin stories, although remembered very differently by Anglo-Australians and by Indigenous Australians. Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians brings something new to this chapter of our history. It expands our national narrative to encompass the perspectives of Indigenous Australians long absent from the telling of these stories. In making the exhibition and creating this companion book, the National Museum of Australia worked closely with Indigenous people from communities along the east coast of Australia - people whose ancestors witnessed the events of 1770. This richly illustrated publication provides the back story to the exhibition and offers insights from Megan Davis, Maria Nugent, Angus Trumble, Sarah Engledow and others on both Captain James Cook and the Endeavour voyage, including how our understandings of the events of 1770 have been shaped, in part, by a 250th anniversary year defined by COVID-19.
Subjects Cook, James, -- 1728-1779
National Museum of Australia -- Exhibitions
Endeavour (Ship)
Art - Objects and installations
Settlement and contacts - 18th Century
Culture - Relationship to land
Culture - Cultural awareness
Attitudes - Indigenous perspectives
Indigenous knowledge - Botany
Indigenous knowledge - Zoology
Race relations - Representation - History
Race relations - Representation - Art
Race relations - Reconciliation
Politics and Government - National symbols and events - Uluru Statement from the Heart, 2017
Yuin people (S67) (NSW SI56-13)
Dharawal people S59
Birrbay people E3
Gooreng Gooreng people E32
Guugu Yimithirr people Y82
Angkamuthi people Y7
Yadhaykenu people Y8
Art - Catalogues.
Art - Exhibitions
Uluru Statement from the Heart (2017)
COVID-19 (Disease)
Aboriginal Australians -- Antiquities
Aboriginal Australians -- First contact with Europeans
Aboriginal Australians -- History
Botany Bay (S Sydney NSW SI56-05)
Three Brothers (NW NSW SH54-07)
Bustard Bay (SE Qld SG56-02)
Great Barrier Reef (SD55, SE55, SF56)
Endeavour River (Qld SE Cape York SD55-13)
Possession Island (Qld TSI SC54-11)
Point Hicks (E Vic Gippsland SJ55-08)
Gulaga / Mount Dromedary (NSW Far S Coast SJ55-04)
Australia -- Discovery and exploration
Australia -- History -- To 1788
Other Authors &/or Associated Persons Coates, Ian (editor)
Call number NMA G 2020
NMA 2020 (2 copies)
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Status Due Date
A00942247 NMA 2020
National Museum of Australia publications   . *, Not for Loan .  
A00942291 NMA 2020
National Museum of Australia publications   . *, Not for Loan .  
A00942349 NMA G 2020
National Museum of Australia publications (loan copy) . Available to Museum Staff .  
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