sailing, King's service, exploration, Hudson Bay
"Jens Munk was one of the intrepid sixteenth-century explorers who navigated the Arctic seas with inadequate ships, faulty charts and primitive instruments. He was also one of the few who survived the arduous search for the Northwest Passage, who reached Hudson Bay in 1619, wintered there, buried most of his crew, and by a supreme effort of will and skill made the voyage home with the two crewmen left to him. "
Wiehl, Inga W.
"Jens Munk: The Story of a Sailor Who Embraced His Fate,"
The Bridge: Vol. 8
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol8/iss2/6