Our trip through america by bryson long and sarah pike

these pictures where taken from the internet

At the boston tea party ships and museum PEople have transported back on an incredible journey.When they do this they will go back in time as they take part in famous events.

This is the Down town freedom trail walking tour in Boston. On March 5, 1770, in the streets before us, nine British soldiers were confronted by an angry mob. Also you get to walk around learning about the history of the trail.

Here is a picture of the Old State House.It was built in 1713,and it was the seat of the Massachusetts General court until 1798.It is also one of the oldest public buildings in the United States.

Now lets head on to New York City.

This is a picture of the Statue of liberty. Ships would sail into New York Harbor and lady liberty would greet their passengers. Many of them being immigrants traveling to the United States for the first time.

This is the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace. This is the boyhood home of the first president to be born in New York City. Theodore Roosevelt would grow up to be the 26th president and become immortalized on mount Rushmore.

Now we are heading to Washington D.C.

This is the International Spy MUSEUM.This is the only public Museum in the United States. It features the largest collection of International espionage artifacts ever placed on public display.

This is Ford's Theater. During the Civil War, Ford's Theater was one of Washington's top entertainment venues. President Lincoln who loved Theater went to see the comedy, "Our American Cousin". On April 14,1865, he was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth.

This is the tomb of the unknown soldier. On veterans day, 1921, president Warren G. Harding presided over an interment ceremony at Arlington National cemetery for an unknown soldier who died during world war 1. this picture was taken in 1921.

To bad its the end of our vacation.

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