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  1. The Best Road Trips For U.S. History Buffs

    From the Mid-Atlantic and New English to California and the Deep South, here are four themed road trips designed for U.S. history enthusiasts. Landmarks of the Civil War: Manassas, VA, to Antietam ...

  2. America on the Road: The Family Vacation by Car

    The American road trip was first popularized during the auto camping craze of the 1920s, with its devotion to freedom and communing with nature, but it was democratized after World War II. ... a Depression-era project to create richly textured guidebooks of all of America's states and major cities and some of its highways and waterways. The ...

  3. American Colonial and Revolutionary History Road Trip

    Days 1-3: Start your trip in historic Boston. Walk the Freedom Trail, visit Faneuil Hall, and see Old Ironsides. Older kids will love seeing Paul Revere's house and the historic cemetery. Where to stay: be part of history when sleeping in the Custom House building, which is now operated by Marriott Vacation Club. Days 4-6:

  4. The Epic Road Trip That Inspired the Interstate Highway System

    Get the story behind Dwight Eisenhower's grueling, 62-day cross-country road trip that inspired the creation of the Interstate Highway System. Updated: May 27, 2020 | Original: June 29, 2016. In ...

  5. Road School: American History Road Trip from Washington DC

    American History Road Trip from Gettysburg to Washington DC to Williamsburg. Photo by: Melissa Moore. History finally felt current and relevant for the kids because we were able to tour George Washington's estate in the same weekend we visited the White House. Moreover, we saw Ford's Theater just as we were learning about contemporary ...

  6. How to Plan a U.S. History Road Trip (and make it fun!)

    Sometime around middle school, most students in the United States will study U.S. history. This is the perfect time to plan a U.S. History road trip through the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast to visit many of the main historic sites that are so relevant to the founding of our country. We have found through our travels that seeing a place in real ...

  7. Modern American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive

    This American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive gives students a chance to learn more about different historical sites that pertain to the second "half" of American history (1865 to the present), while also incorporating student choice and using problem-solving skills to plan out the order of the road trip. Simply post the assignment ...

  8. American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive

    This American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive gives students a chance to learn more about different historical sites that pertain to any point in American history (from First Americans to the Present), while also incorporating student choice and using problem-solving skills to plan out the order of the road trip. Simply post the ...

  9. Road Trip

    U.S. History for Expats is hitting the road in 2022-2023. We are planning to drive 13,000 miles across America to discover more about our history. No place is too big or small. ... In late August 2022 my son and I took off from D.C. on a yearlong road trip around the US to learn about the history of the United States.

  10. Planning Your History Road Trip

    Planning Your History Road Trip. Allen Mikaelian | Apr 30, 2012. There are some things researchers gather on their archive trips that infect their projects and guide their prose, but never make it into the citations-standing where the subjects stood, walking through buildings they'd inhabited, getting a feel for the climate and the landscape.

  11. American road trip

    This American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive gives students a chance to learn more about different historical sites that pertain to the second "half" of American history (1865 to the present), while also incorporating student choice and using problem-solving skills to plan out the order of the road trip. Simply post the assignment ...

  12. The American Road Trip Planner

    Use the ultimate American road trip planner and discover everything America has to offer from the freedom of the open road. There's no better way. ... Trip - 4 days Nature, History, and Culture Around Houston, Texas. Trip - 1-2 weeks Open-Air Oregon: A Rousing Road Trip through Nature and Culture. View more.

  13. A Virginia Road Trip

    6 Days. 9 Iconic Sites. Immerse yourself in our nation's history as you travel across Virginia. On this Virginia road trip, experience the sites that witnessed our nation's founding. See what life was like for early settlers and visit the estates that our founding fathers called home. View Itinerary.

  14. America's Summer Roadtrip

    Travel across the country and through our nation's history with 12, hour-long livestreams from 12 leading historic sites. Each tour includes a special behind-the-scenes look at something that visitors would not get to see if they went in person. The live tours starts at 9 a.m. and runs until 9 p.m.(Eastern) on August 1, 2020. All tours will be recorded and archived here for later viewing.

  15. "A Field Trip Anywhere": Try This MapMaker Project With Your Students

    Geography and Community subject students are tasked with travel within our state. American History students can travel within the borders of the United States. World History students have the entire globe at their disposal. I have done this project across multiple middle school grades and have adapted it for high schoolers and college first years.

  16. The Best USA Road Trip Routes

    The area is particularly rich in Native American history, including that of the past and present-day Lakota people. Although covering a smaller area than other Midwest road trips, it's filled with plenty of arresting scenery, from the Badlands, to the Black Hills. Read more: South Dakota & Badlands National Park Road Trip

  17. 11 Epic Cross-Country American Road Trips

    Buy Now. Your great American road trip awaits! Get the fully updated 25th Anniversary Edition of Road Trip USA for the glovebox or as a gift for your favorite armchair adventurer. Author Jamie Jensen's full-color guide includes over 125 driving maps and key sights along the eleven cross-country road trip routes featured on this site.

  18. USA Road Trip: A Suggested Cross-Country Itinerary for 2024

    Admission is $20-25 USD at each or there is a joint ticket that includes all three for $65 USD. Attend the Natchez Pilgrimage - During the Natchez Pilgrimage in the spring, all of the private historical homes open up to the public. The costumed guides explain the history of the home, their owners, and the region.

  19. U.S. Road Trips That Honor and Celebrate Black History

    Start in San Diego and end in Napa Valley, California. San Diego: Start your road trip in sunny San Diego, where you can visit the WorldBeat Cultural Center, an institution that celebrates African ...

  20. Civil Rights Road Trip

    A civil rights road trip will generally take several days, and cover hundreds of miles. Don't rush. For many travelers, the joy of these journeys are the unexpected conversations you'll have, and the people you'll meet. In each of the cities, we offer guidance on the top sites and their history, putting the story of the civil rights ...

  21. Road Trip Project for middle school

    A great project for middle school. Here are the reasons a Plan a Road Trip Project works so well: It has real-world connections. When students plan their road trip, they will be selecting from actual locations. Who knows, the project might even inspire some of their future travels. Students are learning about Geography without even realizing it.

  22. SAADA Road Trips Project

    In response, SAADA's Road Trips Project is highlighting the long and diverse history of South Asians traveling across this country, whether for family vacations, cross-country moves, romantic getaways, or any other reason. These trips include memories both good and bad, humorous and sobering. Taken together they help us redefine what the ...

  23. American politics aren't as violent, ugly as in US history

    Patrick Tuohey is co-founder of Better Cities Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit focused on municipal policy solutions, and a senior fellow at the Show-Me Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to ...

  24. Early American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive

    This Early American History Road Trip Project for Google Drive gives students a chance to learn more about different historical sites that pertain to the first "half" of American history, while also incorporating student choice and using problem-solving skills to plan out the order of the road trip. Simply post the assignment to Google ...

  25. Observe Memorial Day with these events in southern Maine

    Opening ceremony at 9:55 a.m. Monday at Saco City Hall. Parade starts at 10 a.m. from Saco City Hall and proceeds along Main Street and down York Hill into Biddeford, continues along Main Street ...