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John Cawte Beaglehole (13 June 1901 – 10 October 1971) was a New Zealand historian whose greatest scholastic achievement was the editing of James Cook's three journals of exploration, together with the writing of an acclaimed biography of Cook, published posthumously. He had a lifelong association with Victoria University College, which became Victoria University of Wellington, and after his death it named the archival collections after him.

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Kyaputen Jeimusu Kukku no shōgai = The life of Captain James Cook / J.C. Bīguruhōru cho ; Senchō Satō Kōzō yaku
キャプテンジェイムス・クックの生涯 = The life of Captain James Cook / J.C. ビーグルホール著 ; 船長佐藤皓三訳
Uniform title: The life of Captain James Cook. Japanese
by Beaglehole, J. C. (John Cawte), 1901-1971
Tōkyō : Seisandō Shoten, 1998 , ©1998
東京 : 成山堂書店, 1998
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by Beaglehole, J. C. (John Cawte), 1901-1971
Wellington : Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust, 1979
by Beaglehole, J. C. (John Cawte), 1901-1971
[Wellington] : New Zealand Council for Educational Research, 1938
Uniform title: Correspondence. Selections
by Beaglehole, J. C. (John Cawte), 1901-1971
Wellington, New Zealand : Victoria University Press, 2013 , ©2013
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