December 25, 1620 - Danish explorer Jens Munk and two remaining crew members return to Copenhagen after wintering near the mouth of the Churchill River on an expedition to find the Northwest Passage. Munk’s map of the area was the first to treat Hudson’s Bay as one body of water.

December 25, 1620 - Danish explorer Jens Munk and two remaining crew members return to Copenhagen after wintering near the mouth of the Churchill River on an expedition to find the Northwest Passage. Munk’s map of the area was the first to treat Hudson’s Bay as one body of water.