Why the British colonized New Holland in 1788

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July 22, 2015

 

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During Captain Cook’s voyage to the South Pacific, he “found’ New South Whales and reported all his findings from the trip including some maps of the Eastern Coast. These findings were used as the first compelling reasons set forth to the government convincing them to establish a colony on the east coast of this new continent...
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These findings were used as the first compelling reasons set forth to the government convincing them to establish a colony on the east coast of this new continent. The reason why it was such a compelling place to colonize was mostly because of its location which in turn created other reasons for why it would work so well such as the aftermath of the war, economic and political benefits, the thrill of adventure and discovery, and the overwhelming number of convicts in Britain at the time...
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