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our trip to the USA - spring 2016

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Our trip to the USA - spring 2018

Our trip to the USA - spring 2018

voyage scolaire du collège Blaise-Pascal de Clermont-Ferrand
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Bien arrives

Nous sommes bien arrivés. Nous sommes dans le bus. Nous allons faire une pause vers 8h30 / 9h. a tout à l'heure
Nous partons

Nous partons

Nous venons d'enregistrer nos bagages et nous allons faire un tres long et bon voyage. a mercredi
University of South Carolina (USC)

University of South Carolina (USC)

The USC campus has 33 000 students and it's like a little town in the town: it's very huge. USC is composed of lots of buildings and beautiful gardens. We saw the oldest college library of the USA: It was built by Robert Mills, who also designed the Washington monument.. We had a picnic on the horseshoe, the historical center of USC. It's named lik
Middleton plantation

Middleton plantation

Friday we visited the Middleton plantation which before 1865 produced 20 tons of rice a year, using 100 slaves that were freed with the American Civil War. This plantation belonged to a very wealthy British family. They grew the food they needed and the rice was exported by using the Ashley river close to the plantation. The land owner thought it w
River Bluff High School

River Bluff High School

Today we visited River Bluff High School. In River Bluff the scheduler is different everyday. Students can leave the school more easily than in Blaise Pascal. they have playgrounds and places called commons. They can collaborate with other students. they have a cafeteria , dance room, gym class, an auditoium with 1250 seats! They are 2000 students.
Martin Luther King Center

Martin Luther King Center

Today we visited the Martin Luther King Center. We learnt about his life at the beginning of his non-violent fight. His speeches were displayed. There were 2 worlds : one for blacks and one for whites. Whites had more rights than black people. Blacks were discriminated against. In front of this tomb there is an internal flame which means that his f
Thomas Woodrow Wilson family's house

Thomas Woodrow Wilson family's house

Thomas Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States from 1913 to 1921. He was born in Virginia in 1856 and died in 1923. He studied political science. His father , called Joseph, taught theology. He was a baptist minister. Thomas Woodrow Wilson's nickname was Tommy. When he arrived in SC in 1870, he was 14 years old. The house we saw,