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    • Henry Hudson
      The Great Explorer:
      I discovered Hudson Bay! Sadly, the hard way…
      By: Grace Hou and Brandon Malamis
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      Introduction to Hudson
      May be born between 1570-1575 near London, Great Britain
      Died 1611 out at sea
      English nationality
      An Explorer and Navigator
      Very well educated
    • Purposes for Exploration
      First Voyage-to discover a passage by the North Pole t0 Japan/China
      Second & Third Voyage-to discover a northwest passage through the Arctic waters north of Russia
      Fourth Voyage-to discover a Northwest passage to the Orient
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    • Difficulties Experienced on his Expeditions
      Encountered storms and wind
      On Henry Hudson's last voyage, when his crew demanded to go home, Hudson wanted to continue the voyage
      Ship stranded in ice
      Hudson’s crew was led to mutiny and put Hudson, his son, and other supporters in a small boat, left to die.
      On Henry’s third voyage, King James I of England forbade Hudson to sail for England
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    • First Journey- May 1607
      Ship: The Hopewell
      Crew: 12 men
      Supporter: English Muscovy Company
      Route: Left from Gravesend, England
      Sailed northwest of Greenland
      Hit Spitsbergen (an island in Norway) and sailed west
      Due to bad weather, changed course and sailed back to England.
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    • Second Journey- April 1608
      Ship: Hopewell
      Supporter: English Muscovy Company
      Voyage: Left from Thames;
      Sailed past Norway towards Russia;
      Due to bad weather and conditions on the ship, he had to change course and head back to Gravesend, England
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    • Third Journey-April 1609
      • Ship: Halfmoon
      • 20 crew members
      • Sponsor: Dutch United east India Company
      • Voyage: Left from Holland
      • First, went to Norway, then to Russia
      • Changed course and went west towards warmer waters
      • Sailed into George’s Harbor and explored the New World for a few days
      • Left and passed Jamestown and Manhattan
      • In November, Hudson decided to go home and arrived in Dartmouth, England
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    • Fourth Voyage- April 1610
      • Ship: Discovery
      • Supporter: Muscovy Company
      • Voyage: Left St. Katherine’s Docks
      • Sailed up River Thames
      • Sailed past Scotland, Greenland, and Iceland
      • Reached Hudson Strait
      • Sailed South of James Bay
      • Reached the south most part of Hudson Bay
      • Got stuck in ice and suffered the winter with coldness, hunger, scurvy, and angry Natives
      • When the ice melted, Hudson wanted to sail further
      • This led the crew to mutiny
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    • Historical Contributions
      Famous for:
      Voyages of exploration for the Muscovy Company
      Discovery of Hudson Bay, River, and Strait
      Named after Hudson Memorial Park, Monument, and Bridge
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    • Interesting Facts
      Robert Bylot was one of Hudson’s crewmembers that took mutiny on Hudson
      When Hudson reached Hudson Strait in his 4th voyage, he named the headlands Cape Digges and Cape Wolstenholme for important members of the Muscovy Company
      Hudson’s crew was the first to survive in the Canadian Arctic
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    • THE END!
      IT’S TIME FOR….
      But Wait!!!
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    • Wrong
      or
      False
      Forward
      True
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      William Baffin was part of Hudson’s crew.
      Hudson made 4 voyages.
      Hudson sailed on the “Halfmoon” on his 3rd voyage.
      Hudson’s first ship was called the “Hopeful.”
      WRONG!!!
      R GHT!!!
      Right
      Hudson left from Holland on April 1608.
      Hudson left from St. Katherine Docks on his 4th voyage.
      The Muscovy Company supported Hudson for 3 voyages.
      Hudson arrived in Dartmouth, England on his 2nd voyage.
    • Now…..
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      The ACTUAL End!!
      Goodbye! Please visit me again! I get lonely because my son is with the Indians, and all my crew died…..
    • Bibliography-Websites
      http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/henry-hudson.htm
      http://fineartamerica.com/images-medium/henry-hudson-bridge-rachel-figueroa-levin.jpg
      http://www.east-buc.ki2.ia.us/00-01/Exp/hh/hh.htm
      http://www.quazen.com
      http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/
      http://www.commons.wikimedia.org
      http://www.thealbertalibrary.ab.ca
      http://www.polarconservation.org
      http://www.beemp3.com
      http://www.dvgrabgui.sourceforge.net
      http://www.rystarr.wordpress.com
      http://www.canadian-photos.com
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    • Bibliography-Books, Programs & Encyclopedias
      Goodman,John Elizabeth. Beyond the Sea of Ice. New York: Mikaya Press, 1999. Print.
      Manning, Ruth. Henry Hudson. Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2001. Print.
      World Book Encyclopedia
      Audacity
      Microsoft Clipart
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