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Two hundred years ago Captain James Cook opened the Pacific Northwest to trade and navigation . The American Revolution was then in progress, but Benjamin .F ranklin asked that Americans allow Cook's ships to pass in peace since his voyage was for "the

benefit of Mankind." Cook's landfall at Cape Flattery in HMS Resolution is shown in this painting by Oswald L. Brett. His voyage is honored this summer by the American Sail Training Association's Tall Ships Pacific races .

Sea-Land Service salutes America's maritime heritage /

SEA-LAND SERVICE,ÂŽINC.

Sea History 011 - Summer 1978  

7 IN CLIO'S CAUSE, by RADM Joseph M. Wylie, USN (ret.) • 10 TALL SHIPS IN THE PACIFIC, by Peter Stanford • 12 CAPTAIN JAMES COOK, by Oswald...

Sea History 011 - Summer 1978  

7 IN CLIO'S CAUSE, by RADM Joseph M. Wylie, USN (ret.) • 10 TALL SHIPS IN THE PACIFIC, by Peter Stanford • 12 CAPTAIN JAMES COOK, by Oswald...

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