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Aug 27, 2022

[Answer] What explorer has a river, bay, and strait named after him?

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...1. Vasco de Gama 2. Jacques Cartier 3. Henry Hudson 4. Ferdinand Magellan




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Henry Hudson - Hudson River, which flows from upstate New York down to New York City; Hudson Bay in northeastern Canada; and the Hudson Strait, linking the Atlantic Ocean and Labrador Sea, are all named after English explorer Henry Hudson. In the early 17th century, the explorer and navigator was tasked with finding a so-called Northeast Passage that would provide a much more efficient route from Europe to Asia. Although Hudson ultimately failed to find the fabled east-west sailing route during all three attempts to do so, he did manage to make enough of an impression for these three bodies of water to be named after him. On one expedition, funded by the the Dutch East India Company, he explored the area of North America that became present-day New York and led to the establishment of the Dutch Colony of New Netherland. :


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