From the St. Lawrence Seaway to Chicago: A Voyage Through the Great Inland Seas
June 22 - July 3, 2013
One of the pleasures of this voyage is going ashore to explore the pristine wildlife habitat of Presque Isle, as well as the charming historic small towns along the shores of the lakes. Saugatuck and Charlevoix are classic American small towns, with fine examples of 19th-century architecture, and a host of shops, art galleries and restaurants lining their quaint streets. And to visit to Mackinac Island is to step back in time to the Victorian era—gingerbread trim on the front porches, lush cottage gardens, and travel by horse-drawn carriage. * Alternative dates available. Please call 1-888-484-8785 for details.
Study Leader Information
Adam Watson is a post-doctorate fellow at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. His area of expertise is the complex Native American societies in pre-Columbian America, especially how they utilized the natural environment. Dr.Watson has conducted fieldwork in New Mexico, and in upstate New York.
Day 1 - USA | MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada | EMBARK YORKTOWN
Day 2 - THE ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY
Day 3 - KINGSTON
Day 4 - PORT WELLER | WELLAND CANAL | NIAGARA FALLS |LAKE ERIE
Day 5 - CRUISING LAKE ERIE | DETROIT
Day 6 - DETROIT | CRUISING LAKE HURON
Day 7 - ALPENA | PRESQUE ISLE
Day 8 - SAULT STE. MARIE| AGAWA CANYON, ONTERIO
Day 9 - MACKINAC ISLAND
Day 10 - CHARLEVOIX
Day 11 - SAUGATUCK
Day 12 - CHICAGO | DISEMBARK
Please email National Trust Tours for questions about this program. Be sure to include your mailing address if you are requesting a paper copy of the brochure for this program.