Traveling In America By: Gage shelton, harper coffey, and logan marsee

Our first stop is Charleston, SC. Danville to Charleston is 523 miles.

On Sunday April 2nd, Our first stop in Charleston, SC is the Old Slave Mart Museum. The Old Slave Mart Museum is a place where slaves used to be auctioned back when slaves were allowed in the USA. It is about 100-300 years old.

The next stop in Charleston. This place is where Charleston holds its most notorious criminals and pirates. This is where back and the day where most criminals died.

On Monday April 3rd, Next is the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon. This is the home to countless ghosts and legends. These museums and historical landmarks are one of the oldest buildings in this city. This place tells the story of African Americans.

Our final stop in Charleston, SC. The Patriots Paint Navel and Marine Museum is home to the patriots and was there base. Its is home to 3 museum ships, The USS Yorktown, USS Laffey, and the USS Clamagore.

Our next state is Washington DC. Charleston SC to Washington DC is 535 miles.

On Tuesday April 4th, Our first stop in Washington DC is the Washington Monument. The Washington Monument is built to honor George Washington. George Washington was the commander in chief of the Continental Army.

On Wednesday April 5th, I will be visiting the Haunted Evening DC Pub Tour. It is about DC's spookiest past from a professional consumed guide. It is one of the oldest pubs in DC!

Our final state is Boston, MA. Washington, DC to Boston, Ma is 440 miles.

On Thursday April 6th, I will be visiting the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museums. This is a copy of a ship that The Sons of Liberty dressed up as Indians. They dumped a lot of tea into the harbor to go against the Tea Act.

Next stop, The Freedom Trail. This tour tells about the brave people who shaped our nation. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution.

Friday April 7th, I will be visiting the Old North Church. This site is the sire where the famous signal warned residents of Cambridge. They warned the residents about how the British is attacking by sea.

Thanks for traveling with me!

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