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									The Chesapeake Institute 6.18.04 – 6.23.04

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An undergrad in social studies education, Sara Roark, made this website as a resource for
students learning about the Chesapeake.
Dr. Margie McLellan
Please do visit this site; a recent browser is necessary to navigate this site.

6.18.04 Friday
Depart WSU Dunbar Library @ 7:30AM
Lunch (en route)

                      Please obtain maps of PA, VA, and DC

                        Gettysburg National Battlefield 

Total Est. Time: 6 hours, 54 minutes Total Est. Distance: 415.68 miles

           Gettysburg Guided Tour – 5:00 – 7:00 Two Guide Reservations
                             877-438-8929 (Cheryl)
                    Require 2 checks for $85.00 each payable
                  to Licensed Battle Field Guides dated 6.18.04
                 **Books and Teacher Guide ordered 3.11.04
Barb Sanders – ED Director 717-334-1124X420
1 to 6 people - $40.00; 7 to 15 people - $60.00
SPECIAL NOTE: Licensed Battlefield Guides are available to individuals and families in
personal vehicles on a first-come, first served basis from the Information Desk in the
Visitor Center. Availability may be limited due to demand. Fees are paid to the guide at
the end of your tour. Licensed Battlefield Guides are self-employed individuals, licensed
by the National Park Service Call (717) 334-1124 extension 420 for more information.
Total Est. Time: 1 hour, 34 minutes Total Est. Distance: 85.48 miles

   Marriott CT Yard – On the Metro ($99.00 Room & full breakfast)
Courtyard New Carrollton Landover
8330 Corporate Drive Landover, MD 20785 USA
Phone: 1 301-577-3373 Fax: 1 301-577-1780

6.19.04 Saturday
Metro to Mall
                   Smithsonian – American History Program

                                      Lunch (oyo)

      Visit: WWII Memorial. Holocaust, Vietnam, Korea, Lincoln,
                       Washington, Congress,
                Dinner (OYO; Reservations suggested)
    Kennedy Center Performance/Ford Theater– (OYO; Reservations)
Metro to Marriott CT Yard

   Marriott CT Yard – On the Metro ($99.00 Room & full breakfast)
6.20.04 Sunday
Depart for Williamsburg

Total Est. Time: 36 minutes Total Est. Distance: 27.35 miles

                              Mt. Vernon Historical 

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Mailing Address:
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association
P.O. Box 110, Mount Vernon, VA 22121
Telephone: 703/780-2000
Purchase tickets on site

Total Est. Time: 2 hours, 24 minutes Total Est. Distance: 142.17 miles to

          Manassas (Bull Run)/Chancellorsville/Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania
                                       Yorktown 



Half-Day Trip – Legacy Learning at Jamestown Settlement
Start the trip with “First Settlers” program at Jamestown Settlement by participating in
“Cultures in Contact” (hands-on program). Then enjoy a self-guided tour of exhibit
galleries and outdoor areas, or stay in the “settlers’ den” for a film. Browse in the gift
shops. Dine on your own at the Jamestown Settlement Café. Upgrade Options: Guided
Tour, Lunch, Box Lunch to Go. For group reservations call (757) 253-4939 or email

Half-Day Trip – Legacy Learning at the Yorktown Victory Center
Start the trip with the “First Freedom” program at the Yorktown Victory Center.
Participate in “Colonial Medicine” (hands-on program), then a self-guided tour of
galleries and outdoor areas, or stay in the “freedom den” for a film. Visit the gift shop
and head for home through historic Yorktown. Length: 4 hours. Cost: See Group
Admissions, Self-Guided Visit with Hands-on Program. Upgrade Options: Guided Tour,
Lunch, Box Lunch to Go, Yorktown Lady Cruise.
For group reservations call (757) 253-4939 or email
********Please visit this site to download free teacher packets

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        Dinner at King’s Arms Tavern – Group Reservations @ 5:00
Now serving Sally Lunn Bread, Game Pye, and Virginia’s upper crust. This genteel
colonial tavern catered to Virginia’s gentry and the politically influential before, during,
and after the Revolution, and was known as the restaurant where the elite meet and eat.
The atmosphere at our premier tavern is one of simple elegance as befitting statesmen
and gentry who often dined there.

Those who dine at King’s Arms Tavern will have such entrees as Roast Prime Rib of
Beef, Cavalier’s Lamb, Seared Pumpkin-Crusted Salmon, or the ever-popular Mrs.
Vobe’s Tavern Dinner that includes Peanut Soup, Honey and cider-cured Smithfield Pork
Porterhouse and Williamsburg Pecan Pie, from which to choose.

Casual attire. Dinner reservations recommended. On Duke of Gloucester Street, opposite
Raleigh Tavern.
Reservations for Colonial Williamsburg restaurants may be made at the Visitor Center Dining & Lodging
Reservations Desk, or by calling 1-800-TAVERNS or (757) 229-2141.

           Williamsburg Colonial Performance – (OYO; Reservations)

Many choices: Please order your preferred evening tickets at this site
            Marriott CT Yard Williamsburg ($130.00 Room & full breakfast)
470 McLaws Circle Williamsburg, VA 23185 USA
Phone: 1 757-221-0700 Fax: 1 757-221-0741

Note: The Whaling Co. & Trellis are a nice restaurants.
6.21.04 Monday

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****"Official Guide to Colonial Williamsburg, new edition" – Ordered 3.11.04

This extensive guide to Colonial Williamsburg contains more than one hundred color
photographs of the activities and attractions available in Virginia’s restored colonial
capital. Color-coded maps identify things to see and do and locate places to shop and
dine. Building-by-building drawings enable visitors to tour completely and easily. Short
biographies about 18th-century inhabitants impart glimpses into colonial society.
Information about the museums—Public Hospital, DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts
Museum, and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum—is included. Special sections
highlight Carter’s Grove plantation and modern lodging and dining opportunities.
176 pp., 108 color photographs, 10 duotones, 14 maps, 137 building drawings, 22
biographies, 7 x 10

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
P. O. Box 1776
Williamsburg, VA 23187-1776
(757) 229-1000

Planning your trip, receiving your Vacation Planner, or learning more about daily events
at Colonial Williamsburg has never been easier. You'll talk with a friendly,
knowledgeable resource person who can answer your questions and make advance
reservations, which are recommended. You may also request reservations or get
information by sending E-mail to our Call Center.
Please visit to preview Williamsburg visit

Please Book online your tour ticket prior to Dayton Departure 
We will obtain tickets either in the mail or at the ticket gate on Duke of
Gloucester Street rather than the visitor’s center
Immerse yourself in 18th-century life and America’s opening chapter.
$45 Adults The Governor’s Key to the City Pass $23 Youths Ages 6-17 INCLUDES:

  * All privileges of the Colonial Sampler Ticket and adds:
  * A consecutive second full day’s admission
  * Admission to the Capitol
  * Admission to the Governor’s Palace
  * Admission to the Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
  * Admission to the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
  * Admission to Bassett Hall
  * Colonial Explorer Activities
  * Orientation Walk
  * Complimentary Historic Area shuttle bus service
  * Viewing of the movie short Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot
  * Free Parking at the Visitor Center

Book Online

                            Williamsburg Colonial Tour

                  Carter’s Grove Plantation and Gardens Tour
Depart for Monticello
Total Est. Time: 2 hours, 4 minutes Total Est. Distance: 122.77 miles

    Marriott CT Yard – Charlottesville ($84.00 Room & no breakfast)
638 Hillsdale Drive Charlottesville, VA 22901 USA Phone: 1 434-973-7100 Fax: 1 434-973-7128
6.22.04 Tuesday

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                                       Monticello 
-- Guided tours of the home are limited to 25 people at a time and run every 4-5 minutes.
 They last approximately 30 minutes. Written translations of the house tour are available
 in Braille, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Russian. Because of
fire codes and insurance restrictions, the second and third floors of the house are not open
                                         to the public.

                        Educational Tour of Monticello 

                      Please visit to download education packets

                      Lunch at Michie’s Tavern
Michie Tavern ca. 1784
683 Thomas Jefferson Parkway
Michie Tavern is a Virginia Historic Landmark which has welcomed travelers for more
than 200 years. Established in 1784 by Scotsman William Michie, the Tavern served as
the social center of its community and provided travelers with food, drink and lodging. In
1927, the Tavern was moved 17 miles to its present location close to Monticello, serving
as a prime example of the Colonial Revival period. Today, as you cross the threshold of
old Michie's Tavern, you enter another time. This is where your 18th-century counterpart
came to dine and socialize. Visitors experience the Tavern's past through an historical
journey which recreates life when Mr. Michie operated his Inn. During the afternoons,
April through October, visitors may be invited to dance the Virginia Reel in the
Assembly Room, drink an 18th-century tavern punch or write with a quill pen. After
visiting the original Inn, the tour continues through the Tavern's dependent outbuildings
and the Virginia Wine Museum.

Depart for Marietta, OH & Zanesville, OH
Total Est. Time: 6 hours, 37 minutes Total Est. Distance: 405.84 miles
         Dinner at Olde Market House – Reservations: 6:30PM
                       Old Market House Inn 424 Market Street
                               (740) 454-2555 Zanesville, OH

                  Fairfield Inn ($85.00 Room & full breakfast)
725 Zane Street Zanesville, OH 43701 USA
Phone: 1 740-453-8770 Fax: 1 740-453-8770

6.23.04 Wednesday
                          National Rd Zane Grey Museum

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AR WSU – Dunbar Library

Estimated Budget:
$ 5000.00       $500.00 * 10 meals/admissions         Stipends

$10,560.00 for 5 Hours at 8 teachers           Tuition
Each teacher pays $250.00 Tuition 8* 250 = $2000.00
$8,560.00 tuition = $10,560 - $2000 =
$2295.00                                       Lodging
       $500.00      5 rooms - $100.00 6.16 DC
       $500.00      5 rooms - $100.00 6.19 DC
       $650.00      5 rooms - $130.00 6.20 WMS
       $420.00      5 rooms - $84.00 6.21 CHAR
       $425.00      5 rooms - $85.00 6.22 Zane
       $636.00 Van Rental
       $400.00 Fuel
$16,891.00 EST Costs
           + Books & supplies
           10 Williamsburg Guides @10.00
           10 Gettysburg Guides Free
           WWW sites packets Free
Enterprise Rental 291-9020 Loop Road
                        Reference # = 949912
Request Chrysler Town & Country.
Pick up 2 Minivans @5:00 PM 6.17.04
Return 2 Minivans @ 5:00 PM 6.23.04

2 @ $53.00 per day (6 days) 6*106 = $636.00

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