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Tuesday, April 18

Five Days of Roadschooling : Day 2

Living History
When it comes to history, there's no substitute for being able to stand in the same spot where an event went down...
  • for running your hand down the same banister George Washington did while pacing the floor deciding whether to cross the Delaware River in the cold or not....
  • for throwing tea overboard in an act of rebellion against the British king....
  • for standing in the lookout tower and being able to see where the troops arrived from different directions at Gettysburg.....
We have had the great fortune to take our children to some of the most historically significant sites in the United States.  While there are still many more we hope to get to in the future, here are some highlights.  The links go to more in-depth explorations of each.


French & Indian War / Colonial Era


    Revolutionary War


      Civil War / 19th Century
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