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Lansing Trip – May 3, 2006 Mrs. Martin’s 4 th grade class

Lansing Trip – May 3, 2006 Mrs. Martin’s 4 th grade class

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Lansing Trip – May 3, 2006 Mrs. Martin’s 4 th grade class

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  1. Lansing Trip – May 3, 2006Mrs. Martin’s 4th grade class

  2. On the way to Lansing!! • On the Motor Coach with our driver Ocie.

  3. On the way to Lansing!! • Smiling happy faces!

  4. On the way to Lansing!! • Looks like he got it! Way to go! • Samantha and Vanessa teaching Mr. Krall how to finger weave!

  5. The Hall of Justice • Stepping toward Justice: Sitting on the steps of the Hall of Justice.

  6. Hall of Justice • Listening to our wonderful docent, Ms. Denise teach us about the symbolism of our State flag.

  7. Hall of Justice • Michigan's state flag was first unfurled at the laying of the corner stone at the monument of the Solders' National Cemetery at Gettysburg on the Fourth of July, 1865. • The state flag-Michigan's third since becoming a state in 1837-features the coat of arms showing an eagle holding an olive branch and arrows. An elk and a moose support a shield displaying a man standing on a grassy peninsula. • The following mottos appear on the coat of arms: E Pluribus Unum (From Many, One), Tuebor (I Will Defend) and Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice (If you Seek a Pleasant Peninsula, Look About You). The State of Michigan Seal

  8. Hall of Justice • Statue of Lady Liberty in the Hall of Justice Learning Center. • Lady Justice arose from a combination of several ancient, mythological sources. Over the years, these sources have combined to become the internationally recognized figure of Lady Justice.

  9. Hall of Justice – Learning Lab • Inside the mock courtroom at the Hall of Justice.

  10. Hall of Justice – Learning Lab • Students were able to learn about many laws and rights of Michigan citizens through interactive stations.

  11. Hall of Justice – Learning Lab

  12. Hall of Justice – Learning Lab

  13. Hall of Justice – The Supreme Court Courtroom • We had the unique opportunity to go inside the actual Supreme Court Courtroom!

  14. Hall of Justice – The Supreme Court Courtroom

  15. The Michigan Historical Museum • Michigan’s State Tree – The White Pine inside the courtyard of the Michigan Historical Museum.

  16. The Michigan Historical Museum • Topical Relief Map of Michigan. New picture to come…

  17. The Michigan Historical Museum • Michigan in the early days - fur trading.

  18. The Michigan Historical Museum • An Example of a corduroy road. One type of Michigan’s earliest roads.

  19. The Michigan Historical Museum • Lindon says it’s not so bad to ride on for a minute, but longer would have been tough!

  20. The Michigan Historical Museum • This is a flag that was carried in battle during the Civil War.

  21. The Michigan Historical Museum • Our tour took us through a replica of an old copper mine.

  22. The Michigan Historical Museum

  23. The Michigan Historical Museum • Copper mine shafts were sometimes wend down as far as one mile deep into the earth’s crust.

  24. The Michigan Historical Museum • Michigan was a leader in lumber production during the 1800’s. Pictured is a “Big Wheel” used to haul timber once it was cut down.

  25. The Michigan Historical Museum • Replica of a house that might have existed during the 1800’s.

  26. The Michigan Historical Museum • Inside the one room school house from the 1800’s.

  27. The Michigan Historical Museum Kitchen Bedroom

  28. The Michigan Historical Museum Hey Kamynn and Taylor? How are you going get anywhere without a horse?? Dining room.

  29. Michigan’s State Capital • Our class in the Rotunda of the Michigan State Capital.

  30. Michigan’s State Capital • Students looking up at the beautiful Rotunda in Michigan’s State Capital Building.

  31. Michigan’s State Capital • “REACHING FOR THE STARS…..”

  32. Michigan’s State Capital • Governor Granholm’s ceremonial office.

  33. Michigan’s State Capital • The House of Representatives! Our class will forever be part of Michigan’s History. We were introduced and welcomed to the House of Representatives.

  34. Michigan’s State Capital • Picture and description to come.