Class Details

Motor Camping with the Early Tin Can Tourists

CES-7545

Course Description

In the 1900s, automobiles became more affordable and tin can tourists hit the road in record numbers determined to "See America First." Roadside historian, Daniel Hershberger, will share historical photos, postcards, advertisements, and early roadmaps, as he discusses the early years of motor camping. From the unique equipment that was carried, to how campers found their way, explore the development of the motor camping movement. A 1.5 hr. lunch is not included in the CEU total.

Course Schedule

 CourseSectionCourse TitleMeeting InformationMeeting DatesInstructorsFee/Senior Cost FeeCEUsStatus

Winter; 2023

 CES-7545917405Tin Can Tourists04/21/2023 LEC Friday 11:30 AM-02:00 PM, Room VT 500A. 04/21/2023 LEC Friday 11:30 AM-02:00 PM, Room VT 500B. 04/21/2023 LEC Friday 11:30 AM-02:00 PM, Room VT 500C. 1 Week
04/21/23 - 04/21/23D. Hershberger$43.00/ SA$34.400.10Open

Key:
** book required
* book and USB required
+ USB required
< required for Certificate of Photography