Ships like Titanic, Lusitania, and Aquitania dominated transatlantic travel. On each voyage, they transported thousands of people: First-Class passengers sailed across the Atlantic in the lap of luxury, while Third-Class passengers made the voyage in the stuffy lower decks. Even though First Class and Third Class sailed on the same ships, their journeys were worlds apart.
In this program for students grade 3 and up, students will study primary source material, including photos, maps and artifacts from the South Street Seaport Museum’s permanent collection, to develop an understanding of immigration in 20th century New York.
All programs are designed for groups of up to 34 students (40 people maximum including chaperones).
All programs are aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards and New York State Social Studies Scope and Sequence. Programs can be customized to meet your curricular goals and the needs of your students.
Reservations and advance payment required. Limited scholarships are available.
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