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chapter 7

Early European Settlements of North America

Northwest Passage A Water route through North America to Asia
Henry Hudson believed that he had come close to finding the NW passage on his first voyage to New England. Sent on voyage by Dutch East India Company (trading route)
Profits The money remaining after the COSTS of a business have been paid.
Henry Hudson's route On the Half Moon, he traveled into NY Harbor, traded with Mannahata, then North to the Hudson River out of the NY Harbor
Hudson River Henry Hudson thought it was the Northwest Passage. Called it the "Great River of the Mountains", but it became shallow-ended in Albany, NY.
Henry Hudson's Voyage outcome Beginning of trade between the Dutch and the Native Americans.
Created by: ellenhester