London Study Tour
- Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) – Founding Father, resided in London for 17 years while attempting to negotiate a path whereby the colonies would remain under UK control.
- Phillis Wheatley (1753–1784) – A slave in the US who became a published poet with popularity in the UK. She visited the UK while still a slave and had an audience with the mayor of London.
- Benjamin Banneker (1731–1806) – A free African American almanac author, surveyor, astronomer, and farmer. He was a member of the surveyor team that laid out the borders for the District of Columbia. He corresponded with Thomas Jefferson on issues of slavery and racial equality. He crafted a wooden clock that struck on the hour; some speculate that Big Ben (the Elizabeth Tower) is named after Banneker.