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On this day ...
20 January 1769
Endeavour Voyage Maps
Terra del Fuego
Terra del Fuego (continued)
* An animal something like a sheep, but of the size of a mule, and has a thick fleece.
These poor Indians live in a village [see pl. II.] on the south side of the bay, behind a hill; the number of their huts is about thirteen, and they contain near fifty people, who seem to be all the inhabitants of this dreary part of the island, where it is very cold, even in the midst of summer.
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