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|Title:||The art of science : Nicholas Baudin's voyagers 1800-1804|
|Publisher:||Radio Adelaide 101.5 fm|
|Abstract:||It was one of the most lavishly equipped scientific expeditions ever to leave Europe. At the dawn of the nineteenth century, French navigator Nicolas Baudin led two ships carrying 22 scientists and more than 230 officers and crew on a three-and-a-half-year voyage to the 'Southern Lands', charting coasts, studying the natural environment and recording encounters with indigenous peoples.|
|Keywords:||Baudin, Nicolas, 1754-1803--Travel--Australia.|
Baudin, Nicolas, 1754-1803--Journeys.
Australia--Discovery and exploration--French.
|Description:||An author event presented by The Friends of the University of Adelaide Library recorded in the Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library, 15 June 2017.|
|Call number:||919.4042 F727a CD|
|Appears in Collections:||Friends of the University of Adelaide Presentations|
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