Henry Hudson and His Voyages of Exploration in World History
This book details the early career and exploits of Henry Hudson, a man famed for his ventures into North America and dangerous regions of Antarctica. His eventual disappearance is discussed, which to this day casts his fate in mystery. The author also shares some of the lasting contributions that Hudson's expeditions had on North America.
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