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Example: Columbus was aboard La Gallega, the largest of the three vessels. Originally named for Galicia, the town in which she was built, she was known to her sailors as "Marigalante," literally "dirty Mary." Columbus rechristened her Santa María. The others were also known by nicknames: Santa Clara, was known as Niña ("little girl") a play on the name of her owner, Juan Niño; Pinta means "painted one."
Columbus' ships the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria were originally called
Santa Clara, Pinta and Marigalante
when his journey bagan and ended.
Little is known of Hudson's early life. In 1607, Hudson, working for the English Muscovy Company, reached the polar pack ice in a search for the Northeast Passage. An attempt in the following year took him as far as Nova Zembla. In 1609 he sailed to America for the Dutch East India Company, and traveled to Albany, 150 miles up what was later named the Hudson River. The trip gave the Dutch a claim on the area. In 1610 he sailed again, passing through the Hudson Strait and into Hudson Bay in a search for the Northwest Passage. There his crew mutinied in 1611, and cast him adrift with his son and seven others, where he died.

His journey began in 1609 and ended in 1611.
his route he took on his journey
Henry Hudson was sent by the Dutch. He was a sea captain for a Dutch trading company. He was also known as an English navigator and explorer. He sailed from The Netherlands to New York. After his voyage he sailed across the Atlantic then he sailed up the Hudson River.
Henry Hudson sailed from the Netherlands to New York. Then he sailed across the Atlantic ocean and went to the Hudson river
Famous Exloreres: Henry Hudson By:Claude Huherwicz
what motavated him to do his explorations
The trips from England to the orient took a long time.Ships had to travel through storms and around tips of Africa or South America.Counties such as Portagul and Spain controlled these routes and made it hard for others to use them. English and dutch trading componies sent exploreres like Henry Hudson to find a shorter and safer route.Finding such a route became hudsons dream.
Henry Hudsons motovation to go sailing was to find a shorter route.
famous explorers:henry hudson. by: Claude Hurwicz
who paid for his expences
The Muscovy Company considered Hudson's second voyage of failure. Hudson moved to holland and asked the Dutch East India company, another trading company, to pay for his second exploration of the Novaya Zemlya islands.
The people that paid for his exploration were the Dutch East India Company. They were another trading company.
What navagation tools they used

Tools of Navigation

external image leadThumb_thumb.jpg **Lead Line** //3400 BCE —1700 CE//
external image timeThumb1_thumb.jpg **Time Keeping** //800 BCE —1750 CE//
external image compassThumb_thumb.jpg **Compass and The Compass Rose** //1300 CE —// external image quatrantThumb1_thumb.jpg **Chip Log** //1400 CE —1700 CE//
external image traverseThumb1_thumb.jpg **Traverse Board** //1500 CE —1700 CE//
These are the navagation tools Henry Hudson could have used in the 1600's.
the key objects on the ship
European overseas expansion in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries initially took two directions. The first was towards the African west coast where the Portuguese were involved in raiding and trading expeditions for products like slaves, ivory, pepper and gold. The second initial direction of expansion was towards the Atlantic Islands. Here, Europeans found exploitable but not necessarily inhabited land where they collected wild products like honey and timber. Because of the lack of arable land in Iberia, colonists eventually returned to settle the land and cultivate products like wheat and ultimately sugar. Sugar was immensely profitable to produce but required large tracts of land and a large labour force for production. For these two reasons, the sugar and slave trade became intimately entwined in the European exploitation of the Atlantic Islands. This exploitation would eventually spread onwards to the Americas.
These are the key objects Henry Hudson could have brought on board the ship.
ivory, pepper, gold, honey, timber, wheat, sugar.
from henry hudson book
how he interacted with indigenous people
On their way south along the coast, Hudson and his men met many Native Americans. They were friendly and wanted to trade with the visitors. Even though the crew had been welcomed by Native Americans, some of the sailors attacked the Native Americans and stole from them.
Some of the crew were mean to the Native Americans.
settlements or trade routes
we looked in our text books, our famous explorers henry hudson bookgrolier on line, and google and found nothing about henry hudson setting up settlements or trade routes.
in our research we found nothing about him setting up trade routes and settlements
henry hudson book
ineresting fact
On june 21, 1611, the crew could no longer wait for Hudson to order their return home.they decided to start a mutiny.on june 24, the mutineers threw hudson, his son, and seven other onto a rowboat without food or water. Hudson was not seen or heard of again.
on june 21, 1611 the crew could not wait any longer for him to return home so they started a mutiny. they threw hudson, his son, and seven other crew members on a rowboat without any food or water.
bodies of water he
he sailed across the Atlantic then he sailed up the Hudson River.
he sailed across the Atlantic ocean to the Hudson River.
the red book
we looked where he travled and looked in the red book to see where they are located and they are located in the western and northern hemispheres.
he travled the western and northern hemispheres