Site Investigation Report

Names & Aliases
Presumed area of mutiny against Henry Hudson (Primary)
James Bay, Canada Primary
Type: water transportation-related   Use: Current   Period: European exploration (pre-1585)   Style: none defined   Dates (from/to): 1610 - 1611   Related Features: none defined
Property Ownership
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social conflict
seafaring people

Investigator's Field Report

General Description
In June 1611, after suffering through a harsh and painful winter, ice-locked in the southeast of what is now known as "James Bay," the crew of Henry Hudson's ship Discovery mutinied and sent the captain, his son and several other crew members adrift in a small boat, about 50 miles from shore. Various theories have emerged to indicate Hudson and his company reached shore and proceeded further south, but their ultimate fate is not known with certainty.

Case File Contents

Images, Books, Documents & Other Media
Podcast Episode 15: Mutiny in James Bay (Sound, is related to)

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