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Statue of James Cook (by John Tweed (original on Whitby, England)) at the town of Waimea, Kauai, honoring his first contact with the Hawaiian islands at the Waimea Harbour on January 1778 with his ships Resolution and Discovery.

Photo by Alejandro Bárcenas (2006)


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