New York State Archives, NYSA_A3045-78_A14494
Henry Hudson entering New York Bay, September 11, 1609. From a painting by Edward Moran.
Where could you travel in such a boat?
What are some difficulties of exploratory boat travel on a river?
What do you think the Native Americans in the painting are thinking? How would this boat affect them?
Where did Henry Hudson travel on his four voyages of exploration?
English Language Arts: What happened to Henry Hudson? Finish his story. Start your historical fiction account when he was sent adrift in Hudson Bay with seven companions, one gun, some powder and shot, an iron pot, some meal, and a chest of carpenter’s tools.
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