3 edition of Hudson"s voyage in 1609. found in the catalog.
Hudson"s voyage in 1609.
Emmanuel van Meteren
Written in English
|Statement||Transmitted to the N.Y. Historical Society, by Dr. M.F.A. Campbell, at the Hague. Tr. by J. Romeyn Brodhead.|
|Contributions||Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873, tr.|
|LC Classifications||F116 .N62 2d. ser., vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||11022435|
Envision New York City, but strip away the dazzling lights, skyscrapers, noisy traffic and countless passersby. What did the island of Manhattan look like be. Get this from a library! Hudson tercentenary: an historical retrospect regarding the object and quest of an allwater route from Europe to India; the obstacles in the way; and also Hudson's voyage to America in and some of its results. [Frank Chamberlain].
Henry Hudson sailed out of Gravesend, England in April aboard the ship Hopewell. He had a crew of ten men, including his son John. It was a slow trip with bad winds. It took 26 days to reach the Shetland Islands north of Great Britain. Then another week and a half to reach the Arctic Circle.5 Not only was the weather difficult, but along. Hudson River Journey In honor of the th anniversary of Henry Hudson's voyage, Riverkeeper takes a journey upriver. We travel from New York City to Albany, .
Henry Hudson appears as a character in the Margaret Peterson Haddix book Torn. The leaders of the mutiny were Henry Greene and Robert Juet. Neither of them survived the voyage home. Activities Take a ten question quiz about this page. Listen to a recorded reading of this page. In , the Dutch East India Company paid for Henry Hudson's expedition to find a Northeast passage. However, in , the Muscovy Company of London also gave him financial support, but the.
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Flemish (Dutch) historian Emmanuel Van Meteren's book, Historie der Nederlanden says a mutiny took place on Hudson's voyage, originating in quarrels between Dutch and English sailors. Van Meteran was the Dutch counsel in London when Hudson returned, and had access to Hudson's journals, charts and logbooks at the time.
Henry Hudson made his first voyage west from England inwhen he was hired to find a shorter route to Asia from Europe through the Arctic Ocean. After twice being turned back by.
Albany, New York will be celebrating the th anniversary of Henry Hudson's famous voyage to find a Northwest passage in Our teachers and students are doing a project to trace Henry Hudson's route, learn about the hardships the crew faced, and learn from doing research, including using the primary source documents of Robert Juet's journal.
voyages In Hudson was chosen by merchants of the Dutch East India Company in the Netherlands to find an easterly passage to Asia. He was told to sail through the Arctic Ocean north of Russia, into the Pacific and so to the Far East.
in, and Hudson's own notes from the voyage (also printed in Purchas HIs Pilgrimes) lists Robert Juet as "The Master his Mate." In the exploration of the Arctic with the ship Discovery, Juet helped lead a mutiny that left Hudson and others stranded in a small boat, presumably to die. Juet himself died File Size: KB.
On 13 July Hudson and his crew thought they had sailed as far north as 80° 23' N, but more likely only reached 79° 23' N. The following day they entered what Hudson later in the voyage named "Whales Bay", naming its northwestern point "Collins Cape" (Kapp Mitra) after his boatswain, William Collins.
They sailed north the following two days. Dutch historian Emmanuel Van Meteran's book, Historie der Nederlanden says a mutiny took place on Hudson's voyage, originating in quarrels between Dutch and English sailors. Van Meteran was the Dutch counsel in London when Hudson returned, and had access to Hudson's journals, charts and logbooks at the time.
Home American Journeys AJ Juet, Third Voyage of Hudson () - Reference URL Share. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or. Of Hudson’s early life, nothing is known. Several Hudsons were associated with his sponsors, the Muscovy Company of London, a generation before his own time.A voyage by the English navigator John Davis, who sailed to the Arctic to make the first attempt to find a Northwest Passage from Europe to Asia, was planned in the home of a Thomas Hudson in Limehouse, now in the docks area of.
Below is an account of Henry Hudson’s second voyage in search of a Northwest Passage, ofwritten by Emanuel Van Meteren in and published in The Hague three years later. Van Meteren () was a Flemish historian and Consul for "the Traders of the Low Countries" in London.
When Hudson returned from his second voyage on behalf of the Muscovy. Four centuries ago, Henry Hudson discovered the majestic river that now bears his name.
Douglas Hunter's Half Moon is the first book-length history of the adventure that would ultimately reshape the New World and lead to the birth of a global capital New York City.4/4(22).
This site is dedicated to the th anniversary of Henry Hudson's voyage of He was looking for a Northwest passage from Europe to the Orient. This project is designed to help teachers and students learn about Hudson's famous voyage. We invite you to learn along with us. An oil painting from by John Maler Collier depicts Henry Hudson, his son and a crew member after he was presumably set adrift in a small boat after a mutiny on his last : Heather Whipps.
This is the text of first mate Robert Juet's journal of the voyage of the Half Moon, transcribed by Brea Barthel for the New Netherland Museum.
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A Country That Was Never Lost - The th Anniversary of Henry Hudson's Visit with North Americans of the Middle Atlantic Coast4/5(3). Juet's Journal of Hudsons Voyage. PDF. Replica of Henry Hudson's ship the Half Moon, seen sailing up the Hudson River on the th anniversary of Hudson's original voyage.
Half Moon is an very detailed account of Henry Hudson's voyage of and his discoveries in the New York area. It seems to be very well-researched and it is a good read for anyone who is interested in Hudson or the feeling of that time period/5(34).
InHudson joined the Dutch East India Company as a commander. He took charge of the Half Moon with the objective of discovering a northern route to Asia by heading north of Russia.
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Ian Chadwick's biography of Henry Hudson: timeline and chronology of this 17th century explorer and adventurer. Henry Hudson's four voyages, on his ships Hopewell, Half Moon and Discovery.
A bibliography and links to other Henry Hudson resources. Plus a. In Half Moon: Henry Hudson and the Voyage that Redrew the Map of the New World, author Douglas Hunter richly details Henry Hudsons third and penultimate voyage of discovery, the expedition aboard the Half Moon. In the first several chapters, Hunter sets the stage for the Half Moon expedition by describing the explorers, voyages, financiers, and financial interests that shaped the maritime /5.Hudson's exploratory voyage of to the eastern shore of North America.
Explorers' routes and map information drawn from Charting the Sea of Darkness: The Four Voyages of Henry Hudson by Donald S. Johnson, Camden: Map information was modified by Olga Smirnova for illustration purposes.Robert Juet was a crewmember with Henry Hudson on the sailing ship Half Moon induring Hudson's exploration of the Hudson River.
Juet kept a written daily journal of his experiences. This primary source provides a firsthand perspective on the experience of exploring new and foreign cultures and environments.