Nottingham Island

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Nottingham Island was named by the English explorer Henry Hudson in 1610 upon its discovery. A weather station was constructed on the island in 1884. In 1927, an airfield was constructed as part of a program to monitor ice in Hudson Bay. The island became uninhabited in October 1970 as Inuit residents migrated to larger towns, primarily Cape Dorset.
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