UNITED STATES HISTORY





UNITED STATES HISTORY


Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery

Home of “Tomb of the Unknowns” and other prominent memorials, Arlington National Cemetery occupies 624 acres in Arlington County Virginia. First established during the Civil War, the cemetery is located on the former estate of Confederate general Robert E. Lee’s wife, Mary Anna (Curtis) Lee.

City of Boston

City of Boston

The most populous city in New England, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Founded by Puritan settlers in 1630, the city and its surrounding areas is rich in Revolutionary era history and is home to several universities, industries and cultural institutions.

City of Philadelphia

City of Philadelphia

Originally founded in 1682 by William Penn to serve as the capital of the Pennsylvania Colony, Philadelphia is rich in Revolutionary Era history, and the city served as the temporary capital of the United States while Washington DC was under construction.   Join us for a photographic tour that will include iconic monuments from Independence Hall to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.