This extraordinary national park, Cartier-Brebeuf National Historic Site, located just north of Quebec City on the St Charles ... More
Cartier-Brebeuf National Historic Site
This extraordinary national park, Cartier-Brebeuf National Historic Site, located just north of Quebec City on the St Charles River, is run by the federal government as a record of explorer Jacques Cartier's interaction with the Iroquois natives in 1535. Visit the interpretive centre to sample cedar tea, view the Iroquois longhouse and functioning garden, take an educational tour of the entire site, or just amble through the beautiful grounds by bike or on foot. The staff is fluent in both French and English, but be sure to call ahead for specific activity information.
Clara Barton spent the last years of her long, productive life at this Victorian home within walking distance of Glen
Echo Park . Retired as head of the American Red Cross, she lived for nearly another decade in the ...
Located approximately 10 miles south of Boston, the Adams National Historic Site is the former home of John Adams, America's
second President, and his son John Quincy Adams, America's sixth President. The house features all of the original furnishings ...
History lovers shouldn't miss out on a trip to Manzanar, one of the most well preserved war relocation camps of
WWII. This was home to many Japanese migrants post Pearl Harbor. Today, a visit to the place can be ...