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Henry Hudson was an English explorer during the Age of Discovery. His expeditions took him into Canada, present day New York and far north into the Arctic Ocean. He searched for the fabled Northwest Passage, a northern s... More »

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Henry Hudson, an explorer during the Age of Discovery, made four trips to the New World, founding a number of bodies of water and exploring north of the Arctic Circle in Canada. His crew mutinied during his final journey... More »

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Henry Hudson was a famous English explorer during the Age of Discovery and sailed predominantly in the first decade of the 17th century. He discovered and explored the Hudson River in New York, Hudson Bay in Canada and t... More »

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Henry Hudson was a famous English explorer during the Age of Discovery and sailed predominantly in the first decade of the 17th century. He discovered and explored the Hudson River in New York, Hudson Bay in Canada and t... More »

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Henry Hudson, an explorer during the Age of Discovery, made four trips to the New World, founding a number of bodies of water and exploring north of the Arctic Circle in Canada. His crew mutinied during his final journey... More »

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Some of the top 10 facts about Henry Hudson are that he was born in England around 1565 and died in Hudson Bay, Canada. Other facts include the fact that his first journey as a ship commander took place in June 1607. More »

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The names of Henry Hudson's three ships were Hopewell, Half Moon and Discovery. Hudson was the famous English navigator who discovered three bodies of water that bear his name — Hudson Strait, Hudson Bay and Hudson River... More »

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