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mount rushmore
Mount Rushmore

Picture courtesy of (www.mountrushmorepresidents.com)

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Mount Rushmore
  • Rushmore is the mountain in the Black Hills of South Dakota
  • It’s a mountain which has the Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Roosevelt are carvedin the rock.
  • It is important because it shows the faces of some of our most important presidents.
  • Gutzon Borglum and 400 workers are the people responsible for building this sculpture in Mount Rushmore.
  • This site represents that anything can be done if you put your mind to it, because the Presidents sculpted surely accomplished that which seemed impossible.
directions to mount rush
Directions to Mount Rush….

5.Keepstraight onto I-40 W / I-75 S

16.7 mi15 min

6.Keep right onto I-40 W

155.2 mi2 hr 10 min

7.Keep straight onto I-24 W / I-40 W1.7 mi

8.Keep right onto I-24 W3.1 mi

9.Keep straight onto I-24 W / I-65 N1.8 mi

10.Bear left onto I-24 WEntering Kentucky

Entering Illinois

176.1 mi2 hr 27 min

11.At exit 44B, take ramp left for I-57 North toward Chicago

48.1 mi40 min

12.Keep straight onto I-57 N / I-64 W4.0 mi

13.Keep left onto I-64 W

71.4 mi1 hr 0 min

14.Keep straight onto I-55 S / I-64 W / I-70 W / US-40 W0.2 mi

15.At exit 2C, take ramp right toward M L King Bridge / Downtown St. Louis0.8 mi

16.Keep straight onto Dr Martin Luther King JrMemBridgeEntering Missouri

1.0 mi

17.Keep straight onto N 3rd St400 ft

18.Take ramp left for I-70 West toward Kansas CityPass Americas Best Value Inn on the right in 0.2 mi

248.0 mi3 hr 34 min

19.Keep right onto I-29 N / US-71 N0.2 mi

20.Keep straight onto I-29 N / I-35 N / US-71 N4.5 mi

21.Keep left onto I-29 N / US-71 N

14.2 mi13 min

22.Keep straight onto I-29 N / I-435 W / US-71 N2.7 mi

23.Keep straight onto I-29 N / US-71 NEntering Iowa

156.3 mi2 hr 11 min

24.Keep straight onto I-29 N / I-80 W2.6 mi

25.Keep right onto I-29 N

10.4 mi9 min

26.Keep straight onto I-29 N / I-680 N9.5 mi

27.Keep straight onto I-29 NEntering South Dakota

164.7 mi2 hr 18 min

28.At exit 84B, take ramp right for I-90 West toward Rapid City

334.2 mi4 hr 40 min

29.At exit 61, take ramp right for SD-79 South toward Crazy Horse / Mt. Rushmore0.3 mi

30.Turn left onto US-16 W TRUCK / N Elk Vale RdPass Comfort Suites in 0.2 mi

5.8 mi

31.Keep straight onto US-16 TRUCK / E Catron Blvd3.1 mi

32.Turn left onto US-16 WPass Conoco in 6.4 mi

13.1 mi14 min

33.Take ramp left toward Mt Rushmore0.4 mi

34.Keep straight onto US-16APass Best Western in 0.5 mi

3.4 mi

35.Bear right onto SD-2440.7 mi

36.Turn right onto roadUnpaved Road

0.5 mi

37.Arrive at Mount Rushmore, SD on the right

statue of liberty
Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty
  • The Statue of Liberty Is located on Liberty Island in New York, New York
  • It is a giant statue in the harbor of New York City.
  • The statue is important because it represents the end of slavery, democracy, immigration, hope, Post 9-11.
  • Frederic Auguste Bartholdi designed the statue but it was all those of the French who sacrificed the blood and sweat to build her that made it all possible.
  • The Statue of Liberty represents to me what this country stands for. She stand tall never wavering, never fearing, confident, and most importantly free.
directions to the statue
Directions to The Statue….
  • 6. Merge onto I-77 N via EXIT152B toward Elkin (Crossing into Virginia).86.7 Mi
  • 7. Merge onto I-81 N via EXIT32 toward Roanoke (Passing through West VirginiaandMaryland, then crossing into Pennsylvania).369.4 Mi
  • 8. Merge onto I-78 E via EXIT89 toward Allentown (Crossing into New Jersey).125.6 Mi
  • 9. Keep left to take I-78 Express Ln E toward I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike / Holland Tunnel / New York City.8.8 Mi
  • 10. Keep right to take I-78 E via EXIT58 toward I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike / US-1-9 / Port Newark.1.0 Mi
  • 11. Take the US-1-9 N exit, EXIT58B.0.2 Mi
  • 12. Merge onto US-1-9 N / US-1 & 9 / US-9 N / US-1 N via the exit on the left.5.7 Mi
  • 13. Merge onto RT-139 E.1.5 Mi
  • 14. RT-139 E becomes 12th St.0.3 Mi
  • 15. 12th St becomes Boyle Plz.0.07 Mi
  • 16. Boyle Plz becomes Holland Tunnel (Portions toll) (Crossing into New York).1.9 Mi
  • 17. Take EXIT1 toward RT-9A / West St.0.05 Mi
  • 18. Turn slight left onto Laight St.0.2 Mi
  • 19. Turn left onto RT-9A S / West St / 12th Ave / West Side Hwy. Continue to follow West St.1.2 Mi
  • 20. Turn right onto Battery Pl.0.01 Mi
  • 21. LIBERTY ISLAND.
golden gate bridge
Golden Gate Bridge

Picture courtesy of http://wikitravel.org

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Golden Gate Bridge
  • The Golden Gate Bridge is located in San Francisco, California.
  • The Golden Gate Bridge is a red suspension bridge spanning the bay of San Francisco.
  • Not only is it the high light of San Fran. but it’s also a gateway to northern California.
  • Joseph Strauss, Irving Morrow, and Charles Ellis are the primary designers of the bridge. The many works who worked so hard, some even gave their life to build this bridge. Those are truly responsible for it’s creation.
  • The bridge represents a engineering marvel of its time, many thought it couldn’t be done. However it still stands today.
directions to the golden gate
Directions to The Golden Gate…
  • 4. Merge onto I-40 W via EXIT10B toward Little Rock (Passing through Arkansas,Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, then crossing into California).1693.6 Mi
  • 5. I-40 W becomes I-15 S.3.5 Mi
  • 6. Merge onto CA-58 W via EXIT179 toward Bakersfield.125.7 Mi
  • 7. Merge onto CA-99 N toward Sacramento.20.8 Mi
  • 8. Merge onto CA-46 via EXIT44 toward Wasco / Paso Robles.25.5 Mi
  • 9. Merge onto I-5 N toward Sacramento.168.1 Mi
  • 10. Keep left to take I-580 W toward Tracy / San Francisco.62.0 Mi
  • 11. Merge onto I-80 W via the exit on the left toward San Francisco (Portions toll).6.8 Mi
  • 12. Take the Fremont St / Folsom St exit, EXIT2C.0.3 Mi
  • 13. Keep right to take the Folsom St ramp.0.2 Mi
  • 14. Turn left onto Folsom St.0.3 Mi
  • 15. Turn left onto The Embarcadero.1.5 Mi
  • 16. Turn slight left onto North Point St.1.0 Mi
  • 17. Turn left onto Van Ness Ave.0.3 Mi
  • 18. Turn right onto Lombard St / US-101. Continue to follow US-101 N.5.1 Mi
  • 19. Take the exit toward Alexander Avenue.0.1 Mi
  • 20. Keep left to take the ramp toward US-101 S / San Francisco.0.05 Mi
  • 21. Turn left onto Sausalito Lateral Rd.0.2 Mi
  • 22. Merge onto US-101 S / CA-1 S..1 Mi
  • 23. Welcome to CA 94129.
  • Golden Gate Bridge
  • CA 94129
smithsonian institutes
Smithsonian Institutes

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Smithsonian Institutes
  • There are several locations of the institutes Several being Washington, DC.
  • The Smithsonian Institution are place that collect and preserve history as well as showcase rare and fascinating things.
  • The preservation of the worlds past history is important to the knowledge we have in the future.
  • Congress created The Smithsonian institutes in 1842.
  • In all honesty I think Institutes of this nature are there to help the people that come after us remember things of the past. The continuation of history as a race is carried out by these places.
directions to a smithsonian institute in washington dc
Directions to A Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC
  • 5. Merge onto I-40 E via EXIT43A toward Statesville.29.7 Mi32.2 Mi Total
  • 6. Merge onto I-77 N via EXIT152B toward Elkin (Crossing into Virginia).86.7 Mi118.9 Mi Total
  • 7. Merge onto I-81 N via EXIT32 toward Roanoke.218.8 Mi337.7 Mi Total
  • 8. Merge onto I-66 E via EXIT300 toward Front Royal / Washington (Crossing intoDistrict of Columbia).HOV-only restriction: Mon-Fri 6:30 AM to 9:00 AM
  • 75.4 Mi413.0 Mi Total
  • 9. Take the exit toward Independence Avenue.0.2 Mi413.2 Mi Total
  • 10. Turn slight right onto Potomac River Fwy S.0.02 Mi413.2 Mi Total
  • 11. Potomac River Fwy S becomes Ohio Dr SW.0.3 Mi413.5 Mi Total
  • 12. Turn slight left onto Independence Ave SW.0.7 Mi414.2 Mi Total
  • 13. Keep right at the fork to continue on Independence Ave SW.0.6 Mi414.8 Mi Total
  • 14. Turn left onto 12th St SW.12th St SW is 0.2 miles past US-1
  • If you reach L'Enfant Prom you've gone about 0.1 miles too far
  • 0.07 Mi414.9 Mi Total
  • 15. Turn right onto Jefferson Dr SW.0.1 Mi415.0 Mi Total
  • 16. 1000 JEFFERSON DR SW is on the right.
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • 1000 Jefferson Dr SW, Washington, DC 20560
  • (202) 633-1000
yellowstone national park
Yellowstone National Park

Picture Courtesy of (www.itnature.org)

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Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park is located on the Wyoming and Montana boundary.
  • Yellowstone is a protected National Park, that is geologically active.
  • It’s a National Park and therefore the wild life and habitat is protected from man.
  • Yellowstone was the first National Park established by U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872.
  • I think Yellowstone is one of only places Americans can go in the lower 48 and see the spectacular geological events.
directions to yellowstone nati
Directions to Yellowstone Nati…
  • 4. Keep right to take I-24 W via EXIT211 toward I-65 N / Clarksville / Louisville.4.9 Mi
  • 5. Keep left to take I-24 W via EXIT88B toward Clarksville (Passing throughKentucky, then crossing into Illinois).176.2 Mi
  • 6. Merge onto I-57 N via EXIT44B on the left toward Chicago.52.2 Mi
  • 7. Keep left to take I-64 W via EXIT96 (Crossing into Missouri).114.5 Mi
  • 8. Merge onto I-70 W via the exit on the left toward Kansas City.201.4 Mi
  • 9. Merge onto I-435 N via EXIT8B toward Des Moines.31.1 Mi
  • 10. Merge onto I-29 N via the exit on the left toward St Joseph (Crossing intoIowa).117.2 Mi
  • 11. Take the IA-2 exit, EXIT10, toward Sidney / Nebr City.0.3 Mi
  • 12. Turn left onto IA-2 W (Crossing into Nebraska).3.2 Mi
  • 13. IA-2 W becomes NE-2 W.51.3 Mi
  • 14. Take the US-77 N ramp toward I-80.0.3 Mi
  • 15. Merge onto Homestead Expy / Salt Valley Rdwy.3.0 Mi
  • 16. Stay straight to go onto I-80 W (Crossing into Wyoming).583.1 Mi
  • 17. Merge onto I-80-BL W / US-30-BL W / US-287 N via EXIT215 toward WY-789 / Rawlins.1.1 Mi
  • 18. Turn slight right onto N Higley Blvd / US-287-BYP. Continue to follow US-287-BYP.1.6 Mi
  • 19. Turn right onto US-287 / WY-789.42.4 Mi
  • 20. Turn left to stay on US-287 / WY-789.72.2 Mi
  • 21. Turn right onto US-287 / WY-789. Continue to follow US-287.40.1 Mi
  • 22. Turn left onto US-26 / US-287.43.1 Mi
  • 23. Turn left onto E Ramshorn St / US-26 / US-287 / W Ramshorn St. Continue to follow US-26 / US-287.55.5 Mi
  • 24. Turn right onto US-89 / US-287 / US-191 (Portions toll) (Portions may be closed seasonally).27.0 Mi
  • 25. US-89 / US-287 / US-191 becomes John D Rockefeller Jr Pkwy (Portions toll)(Portions may be closed seasonally).21.4 Mi
  • 26. John D Rockefeller Jr Pkwy becomes Grand Loop Rd (Portions may be closed seasonally).19.6 Mi
  • 27. GRAND LOOP RD.
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Grand Loop Rd, YellowstnNtlPk, WY 82190
  • (307) 344-7311
the grand canyon
The Grand Canyon

Picture courtesy of www.hsd3.org.

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The Grand Canyon
  • The Grand Canyon is located in Coconino County, Colorado.
  • The Grand Canyon is a very large canyon carved by the Colorado River.
  • The importance lies in the Wild Life, and the Hover Dam on the Colorado River.
  • Of course the canyon was made entirely by nature, but President Roosevelt was the first to seek to protect it from man.
  • I think The Grand Canyon is a prime example of how powerful mother nature can be and that it isn’t mans place to mess with her.
directions to the grand cany
Directions to The Grand Cany…
  • throughArkansas,Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, then crossing into Arizona).1373.0 Mi
  • 5. Take the I-40-BL / AZ-64 exit, EXIT165, toward Williams / Grand Canyon.0.4 Mi
  • 6. Turn right onto AZ-64 N (Portions toll).54.8 Mi
  • 7. Turn left onto Center Rd.1.6 Mi
  • 8. Turn right onto S Village Loop.0.2 Mi
  • 9. Turn left onto N Village Loop.0.1 Mi
  • 10. Welcome to GRAND CANYON, AZ.
  • Grand Canyon National Park
  • Grand Canyon National Park
  • Highway 64 N, Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
  • (928) 638-7888
gettysburg national park
Gettysburg National Park

Picture courtesy of (www.destination360.com)

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Gettysburg National Park
  • Gettysburg Nation Park is in Adams County, Pennsylvania.
  • The memorial, battlefield and cemetery of The Battle Of Gettysburg.
  • This battle was one of the biggest loses the Civil War had seen and it is important to honor those who fought. This was also a turning point for the war.
  • A group of concerned citizens established the Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association who's purpose was to preserve areas as a memorial to the Union Army.
  • I think this is a place to not only remember the soldiers but also to remember what out country came from and where it’s going.
directions to gettysburg national
Directions to Gettysburg National…

4. Take the exit on the left toward I-40 E / Statesville.0.3 Mi

  • 5. Merge onto I-40 E via EXIT43A toward Statesville.29.7 Mi
  • 6. Merge onto I-77 N via EXIT152B toward Elkin (Crossing into Virginia).86.7 Mi
  • 7. Merge onto I-81 N via EXIT32 toward Roanoke (Passing through West Virginia, then crossing into Maryland).271.9 Mi
  • 8. Merge onto I-70 E via EXIT4 toward Frederick.8.7 Mi
  • 9. Take the MD-66 exit, EXIT35, toward Smithsburg / Boonsboro.0.2 Mi
  • 10. Turn left onto MD-66 N / leville Rd. Pass through 1 roundabout.5.1 Mi
  • 11. Turn right onto MD-64 / Smithsburg Pike / Jefferson Blvd.1.1 Mi
  • 12. Turn right onto MD-77 / Foxville Rd. Continue to follow MD-77.10.2 Mi
  • 13. Merge onto US-15 N via the ramp on the left (Crossing into Pennsylvania).17.3 Mi
  • 14. Take the PA-97 exit toward Baltimore St.0.2 Mi
  • 15. Turn left onto Baltimore Pike.1.5 Mi
  • 16. 1195 BALTIMORE PIKE is on the left.
  • Gettysburg National Military Park
  • 1195 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, PA 17325
  • (717) 334-1124
references
References

Prevost, R. (n.d.). Where is Yellowstone National Park? Maps and Info - Yellowstone Gate. Yellowstone National Parkcommunity news and inside views - Yellowstone Gate. Retrieved September 14, 2012, from http://www.yellowstonegate.com/2012/06/where-is-yellowstone-national-park/

Smithsonian Institutions Libraries Locations. (n.d.). Welcome to Smithsonian Libraries | Smithsonian Libraries. Retrieved September 14, 2012, from http://www.sil.si.edu/research/onsite/index.cfm?division=NPS

State.... (n.d.). U.S. National Park Service - Experience Your America.U.S. National Park Service - Experience Your America. Retrieved September 14, 2012, from http://www.nps.gov/

Uhler, J. W. (n.d.). National Parks - Welcome to the U.S. National Park Net. National Parks - Welcome to the U.S. National Park Net. Retrieved September 14, 2012, from http://www.us-national-parks.net/

Where is the Grand Canyon Located?. (n.d.). Where are National Parks Located?. Retrieved September 14, 2012, from

http://www.forstgov.com/where-is-the-grand-canyon-located.html

"MapQuest Maps - Driving Directions - Map." MapQuest Maps - Driving Directions - Map.

N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2012. <http://www.mapquest.com/>.