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Freedom Plaza
National Mall
Executive Branch
The Judicial Branch
Capitol Hill
Presidential
Honored Warriors
Embassy Row
Old Georgetown
Arlington Cemetery
Black DC
Eat, drink & be merry
L'Enfant's Plan for DC, White House Visitors' Center, Willard Hotel
Monuments, Memorials, & Museums
White House, Lafayette Square, Ellipse
Judiciary Square, Supreme Court
U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, Union Station
Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson, FDR
Ulysses S. Grant, World War II, Korea, Viet Nam, Air Force, Navy, Marines
Dupont Circle, Massachusetts Avenue
Early houses, Georgetown University, National Cathedral
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Kennedy graves
Black Broadway, Frederick Douglas House, Anacostia
Restaurants, theaters, Kennedy Center, Adams Morgan, etc.


150th ANNIVERSARY CIVIL WAR TOUR
On April 12, 1861, the South fired shots at the U.S. Army’s Fort Sumter, starting a Civil War that would ultimately take 620,000 lives and put an end to American slavery.


CIVIL WAR TOUR PICKS

Washington, DC
       African American Civil War Memorial
       Ulysses S. Grant Memorial and Reflecting Pool
       Lincoln Memorial
       Memorial Bridge

Virginia
       Arlington Cemetery

Maryland
       Antietam National Battlefield, where 12 hours of savage fighting on September 17, 1862 resulted in 23,000 casualties, the retreat of the Confederate Army, and Abraham Lincoln’s issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Pennsylvania
      Gettysburg National Military Park
          Park Ranger presentations
          A New Birth of Freedom (film narrated by Morgan Freeman)
          Gettysburg Cyclorama depicting Pickett's Charge (restored 19th Century mural & narrative)
          David Wills House (1863), where Lincoln stayed before the Gettysburg Address


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