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Transcript of Henry Hudson
of wind and ice witch forced him to turn around and head back to England. First Voyage This voyage was also to find a Northwest route to the Orient. Second Voyage The Beginning! -Henry Hudson went on four voyages -He died in 1611 -Henry Hudson had three sons -Henry Hudson had a wife named Kathrine -Henry Hudson lived in England -Henry Hudson had three ships he took on voyages The purpose of all of his voyages was to find a Northwest route to the Orient. On this voyage he was also forced to turn around and head back to England due to wind and ice. Fourth Voyage - On Henry Hudson's Fourth voyage he sent a letter to Holland about his third voyage asking for funding for another voyage. - after he sailed north he entered New York Harbor on September 11th 1609 - Henry became the first person reach the New York Harbor since Verrazano - On Henry Hudson's third voyage he was met by ice and wind
- this time he didn't want to go back. - He sailed west along the Atlantic ocean, He sailed the ship into what is now known as Chesapeake Bay. - they ordered him to return back, but the English wouldn't let him go back to Holland. They didn't want anymore voyages to benefit them. - His fourth voyage was funded by an English merchant Thomas Smith - He sailed across the North Atlantic into the hudson strait and then into what is now Hudson bay. - He was convinced that the large sea was the was to the orient Aftermath -Henry explored the area and found nothing -His crew ordered to head home, but Henry wanted to keep going -winter came and the ship was trapped in
ice -When Spring came around Henry wanted
to keep going, but his crew had enough -His group left him , his son John ,
6 others to die at sea in a small boat -the crew went back to
England but some of the
crew members died because
of starvation -when they got back to England they were
not hung because they were to precious , because they were the only ones who saw the northwest route thought to lead to the orient. - Henry made his way up the river that is now named after him. - Hudson met the native americans he found them very friendly, he traded with them for beaver and green tobacco - Henry's crew was very nice but they were not trustworthy - they once drove a group of native americans out of their village - to get them back the native americans attacked some sailors in a small boat - further on north Henry noticed that it wasn't the way to the pacific so he turned around back to England Henry meeting with native americans Presentation By: Lauren, Kelly, Madison, and Cierra!