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Union County Middle School October 25 - 27 Washington, D.C. 2012
Union County Middle School October 25 - 27 Action Packed! Exciting! Historical! Powerful! Educational! Unforgettable! Washington, D.C. 2012
The Mall Union County Middle School October 25 - 27 Reflecting Pool
The White House
Lincoln Memorial Honoring the 16 th President Abraham Lincoln from 1861 - 1865
Washington Monument Honoring the 1 st President George Washington from 1789 - 1797
Jefferson Memorial Honoring the 3 rd President Thomas Jefferson from 1801 – 1809
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
FDR Memorial Honoring the 32 nd President Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1933 - 1945
MLK Jr. Memorial
World War II Memorial
Korean War Memorial U.S. Dead – 54,246 U.S. Wounded – 103, 284 U.S. Captured – 7,140 U.S. Missing – 8,177
Arlington National Cemetery
U.S. Marine Corps Memorial
The Smithsonian Institution
The Capitol Building South Side SENATE North Side HOUSE Goddess of Freedom
Mount Vernon Estates
WASHINGTON D.C. OUR NATION’S CAPITAL WASHINGTON MONUMENT A MONUMENT HONORS A SPECIAL PERSON OR EVENT WASHINGTON MONUMENT HONORS GEORGE WASHINGTON,
1 Democracy and Education Fred Schultz Notable Selections In Education.
WELCOME TO WASHINGTON, DC. Washington Monument A monument to the 1 st President of the United States.
It is originally designed city in the US? It was built on a ten-mile-square territory? The site was chosen by George Washington – the first American.
Washington D.C. Project. First Things First… D.C. Book!! Bring to Class…everyday! Work on it…Every spare minute!
Washington D.C./Gettysburg History Trip – May 2013 Markville Secondary School.
Wonderful World of Tours By Gabrielle. 1: Washington Monument. This is the first picture of the Washington monument after it was finished.
Take a Tour of Washington, D. C. with ’s 3 rd Grade School, 2002.
Andrew Ellicott's 1792 revision of L'Enfant's plan for Washington, D.C.
Washington D.C./Gettysburg History Trip – May 2010 Markville Secondary School.
By Luke Carter. Arlington Cemetery Robert E. Lee Mansion Click picture for more information…
Presentation created by Mrs. Batti Pennsylvania Avenue home of the President of the United States and family THE WHITE HOUSE.
Adventures in DC Amy Miller Civics 2 April 1, 2010.
Visual D.C. Tour By: Jon Cuevas. The Baconator Map Senators Committees Legislation & Records Art & History Visitors Reference.
First stop on the trip, The White House Inside the Air & Space Museum (Smithsonian)
Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello Historic Michie Tavern.
American Symbols. National Seal July 4, 1776: Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson Evidence of an independent nation Free people High aspirations.
Empire State Building Rockefeller Center St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Washington DC Research Project Grade 5 Carver Elementary.
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