December 28, 2007

Meadowcroft Rock Shelter, Pre-Colonial History

Posted in Pre-Colonial History at 10:24 am by Kendal


Meadowcroft, Pennsylvania

Meadowcroft Rock Shelter is an archaeological site that has been used by humans since Paleo-Indian times.

Circa 300BC

With a history that can be only told by the rocks and still questionable it can be an uplifting experience. Could this really be the only micro-climate left during the ice ages?


Washington, DC, Historical City

Posted in Historical City at 10:13 am by Kendal


Washington, DC

Washington, DC with a unique history from marshy swamp land to the rise of one of the most purpose built capitals is a unique and awakening experience.

 Circa 1700s

Gunston Hall, Historical Site

Posted in Historical Sites at 10:03 am by Kendal


Located 20 miles south of Washington, D.C., just off I-95 and Route 1

Circa 1755-1760, is a standing example of colonial Georgian architecture with its interior carvings and elegant design and is a true gem.

December 17, 2007

The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Historical Site

Posted in Historical Sites at 10:06 am by Kendal


New York, New York

Sitting on a 12 acre island the statue of liberty was not only a gift but has a very marvelous history from the base construction to the mounting. This Statue is one of the most famous statues in the world and one of the most recognized.

America’s Oldest Wooden School House, Historical Site

Posted in Historical Sites at 9:55 am by Kendal


St. Augustine, Florida

Once again St. Augustine plays host to one of America’s Oldest, the wooden school house thought to be the oldest in the USA.

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