Wright Brothers National Memorial
Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
Wright Brothers National Memorial is located in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, and is the location of Wilbur and Orville Wright’s early gliding and flying experiments, including the historic first flights that took place on December 17, 1903. nps.gov/wrbr
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America’s Summer Roadtrip is a project of The Pursuit of History™, the non-profit organization that engages adults in conversation about history and connects them with historic sites in their communities and across the country. Our goal with the Roadtrip was to celebrate these important sites and bring them, and the stories they tell, to new audiences around the country and around the world.
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America’s Summer Roadtrip 2020 Sites
|Historic New Bridge Landing, River Edge, New Jersey|
|The Rebecca Nurse Homestead, Danvers, Massachusetts|
|National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, Ohio|
|Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts|
|The Great Hall, Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts|
|The Molly Brown House, Denver, Colorado|
|Thomas Edison National Historical Park, West Orange, New Jersey|
|Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Nageezi, New Mexico|
|American Heritage Museum at the Collings Foundation, Stow, Massachusetts|
|Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, Japanese American Internment Camp, Powell, Wyoming|
|Wright Brothers National Memorial, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina|
|Marshall Gold Discovery State Park, Coloma, California|
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The Pursuit of History™ is the non-profit organization that engages adults in conversation about history and connects them with historic sites in their communities and across the country.
America’s Summer Roadtrip is a project of The Pursuit of History™, the non-profit organization that engages adults in conversation about history and connects them with historic sites in their communities and across the country.
Thank you to the staff and volunteers at the 12 sites that participated this year.
Thank you to Just Add Video for their top-notch A/V services.
And to Carrie Lund, Lee Wright, Michelle Novak, Larisa Chancellor, Danella LeRoy, Kevin Yosef, and Joanna Wendel.
America’s Summer Roadtrip is made possible by donations to The Pursuit of History, including from Lorna Hainesworth who’s donation helped ensure a great video experience.