Wednesday, August 26, 2009

What Henry Hudson Saw



I love it when topics we a re covering pop up in magazines.  Here is a link to National Geographic's article on what Henry Hudson found when he discovered New York.   Make sure you scroll through the pictures.

Note how the author used a historical map alongside environmental science to make his findings.

The article links to The Manhattan Project.  You can type in any street address in New York and see what was there in 1609.  Science is coooooooool!

1 comment:

  1. such a long story!!! um all i rember is a beaver named jose after jose e serrano the congressman of the bronx :/

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