How Did Captain James Cook Die?

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James Cook died at the age of 50 on February 14, 1779.
Captain James Cook was an English naval explorer whose expeditions in the 1770s charted much of the lands of the Pacific, including New Zealand, Australia and Hawaii. The son of an agricultural worker, Cook was apprenticed to shipbuilders and joined the... More>> · More images »
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In February, 1779 at the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) Captain Cook was killed in a fight with islanders over the theft of a boat. They had previously argued and the natives were stealing from their boats. Captain Cook retaliated but was killed by a fatal stab wound on his back.
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