Henry Hudson By Will w

Henry Hudson was born in England in 1565.

Henry Hudson's career before he was an explorer was a navigator.

Henry Hudson's motive was to find a northern route to the pacific coast of Asia.

Henry's sponsor was England, Netherlands. Also on the third voyage his sponsor was the Dutch East Company.

Henry went from the Netherlands in 1609 near the coast of the Hudson River, Delaware Bay and Chesapeake Bay. In 1610 he sailed from England past Greenland into the Hudson Bay.

Henry Hudson's impact of exploration was positive for his sponsoring country England. Henry discovered the Hudson River, Hudson Strait and Hudson Bay. Henry's impact of exploration was positive because he found lots of water trade goods.

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