Henry Hudson by Maya richter

Henry Hudson was the greatest explorer that never found what he was looking for. Hudson was looking for the North west passage. But he was the first to navigate the Hudson bay, Hudson strait, and the Hudson river.

The Half Moon on the Hudson River.

More than 100 years after Columbus, Hudson went on 4 voyages. Each voyage was a fail. In the year 1609 Hudson joined the Dutch East India as a commander.

Hudson took charge of the Half Moon.

When Hudson and his crew met the Natives some died, clashed, and or traded with them. But Hudson, his son, and some crew members were still alive and/or still with him.

Hudson died in 1611 after his crew committing mutiny.

Credits:

Created with images by piercarloabate - "new york hudson sk" • NYCMarines - "USS New York arrives for Sept. 11 commemoration, sails past Ground Zero" • oliverchesler - "The Henry Hudson Bridge" • NYCMarines - "USS New York arrives for Sept. 11 commemoration, sails past Ground Zero" • WordRidden - "Henry Hudson Bridge" • Reading Tom - "Manhattan and the Henry Hudson Parkway" • Walking Off the Big Apple - "Henry Hudson Bridge" • andyarthur - "Henry Hudson Park" • S.A. Street Photographer - "The Hudson River by Night" • philipmatarese - "Henry Hudson Bridge" • Arch_Sam - "Empire State - NY - Aerial View"

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