Our Trip Around The 13 Colonies By: Matthew guerrant camryn Thompson summer bryant

First we are going to New York we will be staying there for 2 days

We are seeing the Statue of Liberty first. The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France..It also is a symbol of freedom for The United States of America. The Statue of Liberty welcomed immigrants.

Next we will see Ellis Island

Ellis Island was a place where Immigrants entered the United States of America. It was a place where they could stay to be checked on to see if they could enter America. All of the immigrants came from different countries and started a new life.

Next we will travel 97.1 miles to Philadelphia for 2 days.

We will see Independence Hall. Independence Hall was the birthplace of the United States. The Constitution and Declaration of Independence was also signed and voted on here.

Then we are going to the Arlington Cemetery.

This is where the forever flame and the Unknown soldier is found. It is a military cemetery as well.

Next we will see Christ Church.

Next we will see Christ Church. This is where Colonial America made it ’s break with England. It is also a Hispanic church founded in 1695.

Finally we will travel to Washington DC for 3 days

First we will visit the U.S. Capitol. It has many important buildings. And holds many groups like The House of Representatives , Senate ,and Congress.

Then we will see the Washington Monument.

This is where Army Corps of Engineers honors and memorializes George Washington at the center of the nation's capitol.

The last day we will go to the Library of Congress.


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