On January 28, 43 students in the U.S. History classes of Mr. Joseph Carmichael and Mr. Donald Casolaro spent the day at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. The focus of the visit was the special (limited) exhibit entitled “American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition,” a topic which the U.S. History II classes are currently studying.
The field trip gave the students a greater understanding of why the United States Constitution has withstood the test of time.
Photo: Luke Gedrimas (Class of 2014) is “booked” in a line-up featuring Prohibition-era figures Meyer Lansky, Al Capone, and “Lucky” Luciano at the National Constitution Center’s special “American Spirits” exhibit.
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