You may know where George Washington slept, but where did Franklin Pierce pass his time? This question is one of the many questions answered by this very interesting and rather fun Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary created by the National Park Service's Heritage Education Services, with cooperation from the National Park Service Office of Tourism and other associations. The itinerary covers places that have been important to the lives of 43 presidents of the United States, and visitors can read descriptions of each place via the "List of Sites" area. Visitors shouldn't miss the two essays featured here that talk about the dynamic influence of the presidency and the importance of place. In addition, visitors can click on the "Learn More" section to look over several hundred additional websites that cover the world of American presidents and the places that have had influence on their lives.


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