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Arlington National Cemetery

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Katie Dupuis

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Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington is a beautiful and emotional cemetery where people gather together to honor the men and women who have fought for our country. Arlington is located in Virginia/Washington D.C. In order to be buried in Arlington you must be an active member of the militatry currently fighting or a retired veteran who has performed a heroic act and gone above and beyond for the country.
To volunteer to guard the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, you must be in the third regiment, also known as the Old Guard and once chosen go through much training. Soldiers are considered an Unknown Soldier if they died doing a heroic act but unknown.
DC and New York
by Katie Dupuis

Arlington Pictures
Madam Tussads
I chose John F. Kennedy as my president. He was president from January 20, 1961 till November 22, 1963. He was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. John F. Kennedy was significant because he led the coutnry through conflict with Cuba and invoked strong national pride with his famous question
"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."
Madam Tussads Pictures
Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon is located in Virginia. George Washington lived there from 1761-1799 because the White House had not been built. Marquis de Lafayette was a french aristocrat and military officer who fought for the US in the Revolutionary War. He gave Washington a key as a sign of Liberty. George named the house for an admiral in the British army. The house and land itself is not symmetrical as Washington wanted it to be. Mount Vernon has a full basement but no secret pathways.
Mount Vernon Pictures
Here is a picture of the mural on the ceiling of the dome and the statue of Abe Lincoln. The mural is significant because it says "E Plurisbus Unum" meaning out of many, one. In the dome room the rose in the center signifies the center of D.C. Presidents and other high members of the government are usually placed here after their death for ceremonies and for people to pay their respects.
U.S. Capitol
Lincoln Memorial
Abraham Lincoln was considered a wise man who wanted what was best for his country and the people. He wanted freedom and peace and believed everyone was created equally. Lincoln desperately did not want civil war but was forced to stand up for his beliefs and could not avoid it. He signed the Emancipation Proclamation which stated that all people who were slaves would be free in the rebellious states. Lincoln once said, "The best way to predict the future is to create it."
Jefferson Memorial
Thomas Jefferson was the 3rd president of the United States. In his hand he is holding the Declaration of Independence. He is the only President that looks at the White House everyday. Another fun fact about the memorial is that the dome resembles Jefferson's favorite architectural work, the Pantheon in Rome.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech on August 28, 1963. King gave his famous speech in Washington D.C. at the top of the Lincoln Memorial. King gave the speech so all people could hear his thoughts and to move along the Civil Rights movement. King wanted all people to live freely. But also wanted the Civil Rights movements to be peaceful.


Air and Space Museum
The museum is located in Washington D.C. It resembles many famous historical events and machines that were created during the time. This museum was designed by a man name Gyo Obatta. He wanted to build a place where all people could come and see history.
Gettysburg
The battle took place for 3 days. This battle is significant because it was the turning point of the Civil War. It is said the be the bloodiest battle that's ever been fought on American soil. The Confederates lost thousands of soldiers due to the Union's strategic battle plan.
.The outcome of this battle is that the Confederates lost and the Union won.
Statue of Liberty
Back at the time France gave the U.S. the Statue of Liberty. The statue was originally a dull color
Why is the Statue of Liberty green?
Answer: It was a originally a dull color but over the years it has turned green because of the copper and the finishing.
Why is the statue important?
Answer: It was the first sign of freedom to thousands of immigrants who had lost hope of freedom.
Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge spans the East River and connects Brooklyn and Manhattan and is located in New York City. Emily Warren Roebeling finished building it after her father died, who was the original architect and engineer. Walking across it was really cool, exciting and thrilling but also very scary because there are many rude bikers.
9/11 Memorial
How many planes crashed that day?
Answer: 4
Where did the planes crash?
Answer: The Pentagon, both the South and North World Trade Center Towers and a field in Pennsylvania.
Why does the water stand still for 1 minute at 9:37 at the Pentagon Memorial?
To represent when the planes hit.
NEW YORK!
How many people live in New York City?
Answer:Around 8.5 million people
What are the 5 boroughs?
Answer: Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Manhattan, Bronx
Who gave Wall Street its name?
The Dutch.

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SHOUT OUT
Shout out to my mom and dad for sending me on this trip and giving me money to buy stuff. Also thanks to Jeff the tour guide and Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Lehner for taking care of me while sick and dying. Also thanks to Mrs. Bender for
educating us on all this!
Works Cited
DC Book- Provided by American Edventures
"George Washington's Mount Vernon." George Washington's Mount Vernon. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 May 2016
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"National Archives and Records Administration." National Archives and Records Administration. National Archives and Records Administration,
n.d. Web. 17 May 2016.
"Homepage." Destination DC. N.p., 10 Mar. 2016. Web. 17 May 2016
"Homepage." Destination DC. N.p., 10 Mar. 2016. Web. 17 May 2016
"Collections." Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Home Page. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 May 2016.


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