A trip to where America was born....... By: emily, emma and haley

After a long day of traveling, our second day will begin with going to Washington, D.C to Mt. Vernon, so we can see George Washington's birth place.
Then we are going to Arlington Cemetery, to see John. F. Kennedy's grave site and the Eternal Flame.
Day 3: After that we are going to Williamsburg, Virginia to see the Yorktown Battlefield. This where the battle and surrender of Yorktown occurred, and we will be there the whole day.
Day 4: Next we are going to Walk in the footsteps of Thomas Jefferson. This is where 16 of members of the Continental Congress met.
We are also going to the U.S Army Transportation Museum. It is devoted entirely to the history of the U.S Army transportation from the colonial days, to the present.
Day 5: Today we are going to Charleston, South Carolina to see Fort Sumter. This is where the first shots of the Civil War began, and we will be staying there the whole day.
Day 6: We are going to Kings Mt. National Park. The battle of Kings Mountain was fought here on October 7, 1780.
Now we are going to Magnolia Cemetery. Most Southern Governors were buried here.
Day 7: Finally, we are going to Charles Pinckney's Historical Site. Pinckney was a signer of the Constitution, and we are staying there the whole day.
On the last day, we will be driving home.


Created with images by Pexels - "american flag flag flagpole" • Ron Cogswell - "Fort Sumter National Monument -- Charleston (SC) 2012"

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