[2015] Adam Cafarella: Adam Henry Hudson Report

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European history
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[2015] Adam Cafarella: Adam Henry Hudson Report

Henry Hudson

May 1st, 1607 Hudson leaves for his first voyage sponsored by the Muscovy company.

April 22, 1608 Hudson leaves England for his second voyage sponsored by the Muscovy company.

March 25 1609Hudson leaves for his third voyage on the Half Moon ship.

April 17th 1610Hudson leaves for his third voyage sponsored by the Muscovy company from London. After his ship gets stuck in ice for many months the crew take over the ship and send Henry Hudson, Henrys son and seven other crew members off the ship. Hudson was never heard from again.

Interesting factsHenry was abanded on his fourth and final voyage.Henry never accomplished anythig and he never reached his goal during every voyage.The Hudson Bay is named after Hrnry Hudson. The Hudson river is also named after him.There are bridges, rivers, and roads named afer Henry Hudson.Henry Hudson's grandfather was one of the owners of the Muscovy company.

Birth and deathHenry Hudson was born in 1575 CE. He died in 1611 on his fourth voyage when his crew members took over the ship and set Henry his son and seven other crew members adrift in a tiny boat. Henry was never heard from again.

VoyagesHenry was looking for shortened route to China he was blocked by ice and figured out that Greenland extended out farther than he expected and he hadt to turn back. On the second voyage Hudson was looking for a NorthEast route to Asia Henry found nothing on that expedition and realized that a NorthEast route to Asia was impossible.On the third voyage Henry's ship was stopped by ice again and had to return. On the fourth and final voyage Hudson was looking for a path to the new world and his ship was caught in a iceberg. When Hudson's ship finnaly got out the crew was low on supplies so men took over the ship and sent Henry Hudson and 8 other people overboard.


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