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A bite-sized history lesson, from the discovery of America to the Declaration of Independence...
Kettle Gulch, Sheridan County, WyomingKettle GulchSheridan County, WyomingThis is a cowboy camp near Kettle Gultch, also near a place we have heard called "Rocky Bottom" by members of the Crow tribeSmathers Beach, Key West, FloridaSmathers BeachKey West, FloridaBeach Paradise!Jamestown, VirginiaJamestownVirginiaThis 1500-acre island on the James River was the landing site of the first Jamestown settlers. In 1607, English 104 men and boys, plus the crew of...Mayflower II, Plymouth, MassachusettsMayflower IIPlymouth, MassachusettsMayflower II, near Plymouth Rock, great to see history!Statue of Liberty National Monument, New York City, New YorkStatue of Liberty National MonumentNew York City, New YorkThe boat ride to the #StatueOfLiberty offers some stunning views of the monument and #nyc. This was taken during the summer on a stunningly...St John's, Newfoundland and LabradorSt John'sNewfoundland and LabradorBeautiful houses and fishing stages in the Battery, St.John's. #mustseeBoston Massacre Site, Boston, MassachusettsBoston Massacre SiteBoston, MassachusettsThe Old State House in the centre of Boston. Now surrounded by skyscrapers, this building is the oldest public building in Boston and is now used...Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Boston, MassachusettsBoston Tea Party Ships & MuseumBoston, MassachusettsA view of the museum before our tour time started. Definitely a fun reenactment tour if you get into it. You even get to pretend to dump a box of...Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaCarpenters' HallPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaCarpenter’s Hall was completed in 1775, so it must have been unfinished in 1774 when it was host to the First Continental Congress, held here...Faneuil Hall, Boston, MassachusettsFaneuil HallBoston, MassachusettsStop here before starting down The Freedom Trail for free maps and advice from the National Park Service rangers inside. It's all free, unlike at...Minute Man National Historical Park - North Bridge, Concord, MassachusettsMinute Man National Historical Park - North BridgeConcord, MassachusettsThe start of the American Revolution was at the North Bridge in Concord and the Minuteman Statue was erected to commemorate the first lives lost.Rainbow Row, Charleston, South CarolinaRainbow RowCharleston, South CarolinaHow gorgeous is this? It's incredibly easy to fall in love with the charm of Charleston.Old State House, Boston, MassachusettsOld State HouseBoston, MassachusettsThe Declaration of Independence was first read to the people of Boston from the State House balcony (far side, not pictured). Two hundred years...Moore House, York County, VirginiaMoore HouseYork County, VirginiaThe Moore House is full of Yorktown VA history with the surrender of Cornwallis to George Washington in the American Revolutionary War, and is...New York Stock Exchange, New York City, New YorkNew York Stock ExchangeNew York City, New YorkThat's one big flag. Then, it is the US of A, where everything needs to be big. Hey, good luck to them. It is the NYSE, the hub of world finance....
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