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U.S. Travel Courses

Colonial Revolutionary

The American Revolution: Travel Experience

HIST 480 The American Revolution: Travel Experience (3)
Instructor: John McCurdy, Ph.D.
April 28–May 3, 2015 (Classroom meetings on Jan. 30, Feb. 27 and March 27.)

Explore early American history while visiting important colonial and Revolutionary sites in Massachusetts including Plymouth, Salem and Boston. Specific emphasis is placed on contact, material culture and maturation of American society as well as key battles of the Revolutionary War.

Program Fee: $1110 (2014) plus tuition and fees.

Program fee includes:

  • Lodging
  • Some meals
  • Transportation by bus between cities and for daily excursions.
  • Venue admission for all required events

This trip begins and ends Detroit Metro Airport. You are responsible for your own transportation to and from there.

If you're using financial aid, additional assistance may be available for those who qualify. Contact financial aid.

You'll stay at several hotels throughout New York and Massachusetts. Accommodations are chosen for proximity to key sites on the itinerary. Rooms are based on multiple occupancies with other students. You'll be expected to abide by the rules and regulations established by the tour director at each location. Any special room requests must be made at the time you register along with your registration documents.

If you have any questions, contact Jen Short at 734.487.3229 or jen.short@emich.edu.