I believe these are all from the first Supreme Court. Since I am trying to get into the Criminal Justice System I found this place to be amazing. Walking the halls, seeing where some of the first cases were tried and big decisions made. One of the rooms, can’t remember which, is where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
We ended up in a place that not only had a ton of the buildings and such from the first colonies built up, but people who dress and absolutely play the part. Honestly, they make you feel like you don’t belong there how well they play their parts. Crazy awesome experience. Didn’t have a clear shot of the people or homes for the pilgrims though. But the last 2 pictures still depict how they lived a bit
My Jr. year in high school, which was only back in 2006, I had the greatest opportunity to go on the East Coast Tour. It was a trip out east, of course, to various sites that had significant impact in our American history. I found some of my photos from this throw away b&w camera and decided to share them. I’ll do it in parts because, well I want to haha.
Located at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial
This was either in the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial or George Washington’s House
George Washington’s Place. Random fact: the house is actually made out of wood but they mixed sand in the paint to try and give the appearance of brick. Brick was too expensive.
Washington’s property had several houses that served different functions. Here, one is a kitchen and the other storage I believe.
Believe this is in Lexington, statue from the Revolution