Trust

By Emily Carrizzo 4A

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The Beginning, Boston, MA

Boston is home to more than 617,594 people. 53.6% are cacasion, 25.1% are African American, and 9% are Asian. Boston is located 42.33 degrees North and 71.02 degrees West. The median income is $51,739 per year and the median home price is $351,200. Boston charges 6.25% sales tax on items. There are hundreds of famous people that were born in Boston. For example, Benjamin Franklin was born here in 1706 and Edgar Allen Poe was born here in 1809. Boston is famous for its historical significance as one of the earliest american colonies. It is also famous for the Boston Tea Party and the Freedom Trail that is visited by millions of people a year.

The Mission House and The Stone Store in KeriKeri, New Zealand

KeriKeri, New Zealand is home to 5,859 people. These two buildings are run by a team of 20,000 people that are trusted to take care and protect them. These people come from all over to be part of the Historic Places Act of 1954. KeriKeri is located at 35.22 degrees South and 174 degrees East. It is the far North District of the North Island and it lies at the Western part of the KeriKeri Inlet. KeriKeri is the largest town in the Northland region of New Zealand. It is famous for having the most historic buildings in the country and was also the first place in New Zealand where grape vines were planted.
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The Destination, Drum Castle, Garden and Estate, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Aberdeenshire is home to 226,871 people, about 4.7% of Scotland's total population. The average gross weekly earnings is about $748.00 or 570.60 Euros. Aberdeenshire has about 93,700 employees, some are farmers. There are many famous people that have lived in Aberdeenshire. For example, Mary Garden, an opera singer, and Eileen Hunter, a jazz singer. Aberdeenshire is Scotland's third largest city and is known for granite quarries, its fishing industry, and the sea port. It is known as the Oil Capital of Europe because of its large supply of Crude Oil found in the North Sea.

Trust

Trust is connected to my final destination because the Drum Castle, Garden and Estate is under the National Trust for Scotland.  Members of this organization do charity work to help perserve the historical site.  They are trusted to get the job done.