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    • Henry Hudson by Marko Petterson photo from lookandlearn.com
    • IntroductionDo you know all about Henry Hudson? In this slide showyou will find out all you can know about Henry Hudson. Here is a sneak peek on what he did ‘He discovered the Hudson river!’
    • Early Life Henry Hudson was born inEngland in 1565. He went toschool at Harvard university.He got well educated to be a gold miner.
    • First JobHenry Hudson got a job ata gold mine. It wasn’t thebest job but it was ok for him. He worked hard itwasn’t easy for anyone he did well.
    • First JourneyHenry sailed on his ship the Hopewell also known asHopeful he called it. He set sail on the 23rd of April inLondon, then on the 13th ofJune he spotted Greenland. He also sailed to China,Japan and the North pole. from henry-hudson-dazzleleme-photographer.com
    • Timeline1570 Henry Hudson was born1592 he married Katherine1592 he had his first son John1607 he sailed on his first journey toSpitzbergen1608 sailed to Novaya Zemlya
    • 1609 sailed to Nova Scotia sailedfurther west and discovered Hudsonriver1610 final sail ended in a mutany and hiscrew set him a drift in Hudson bay
    • This cargo ship works by the sails going up and the wind blows the ship. The rudder turns to steer the ship.by marko