Henry Hudson By Shawn Michael LaSalle

Henry Hudson was a explorer who never found what he was looking for.He was looking for a northwest or northeast passage or route to Asia. He first set off in the 15 or 16 hundreds.He had four voyages.His fourth voyage was in 1610.

Instead he found the Hudson river and the Hudson bay.

He sailed for England.He had four voyages.His fourth ship was called the Half Moon.

When Henry Hudson met with the Native Americans he traded with them.

He is special today because his name is on water ways,schools,towns,and even bridges!

Credits:

Created with images by Joelk75 - "henry hudson" • Bosc d'Anjou - "Henry Hudson" • Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL - "[Willard's new map of the Hudson River for 1844]" • History Maps - "Age of Exploration - Henry Hudson on the Hudson River" • History Maps - "Age of Exploration - Henry Hudson Portrait" • oliverchesler - "The Henry Hudson Bridge" • andyarthur - "Henry Hudson Park"

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