Elizabeth Cook and Her Children

Lannom, Gloria W.
May 2002
Calliope;May2002, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p42
Explores the life of Elizabeth Cook, wife of the British captain James Cook, and her children. Lack of time together between James and Elizabeth; Death of Cook's children; Financial security of Elizabeth from the inheritance of James.


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