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Transcript of arlington cemetery
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Details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr 8) 2 presidents were buried in Arlington Cemetery
they are ; William H. Traft (27th)
and John F. Kennedy (35th) 3) Why didn't Robert E. Lees hold the land title to the Arlington Estate?
The title was in his wife's name ; Mrs. Lees 2) Why was the property confiscated from the Lees in 1864?
It was taken by the Federal Government because taxes weren't paid in person by Mrs.Lees 1)In what state is it located and which bridge would you cross to enter the main gate?
Arlington Country, Virginia
and you would cross the Memorial Bridge 4) At Arlington House, why does the flag fly "half staff" Monday-Friday?
commencing one-half hour before the first burial service of each day 5) 1864- 210 acres
today- 624 acres Assets map details doodles notes outlook photo frame 6) What is the inscription of the tomb of the unknown soldier?
"Here lies in honored glory an American soldier known but to god" 7) Who was the most decorated soldier during WWII, buried at Arlington Cemetery?
Audie Murphy John F. Kennedy(35th) William H. Traft(27th) Audie Murphy Mrs. Lees "half staff" Memorial Bridge Arlington Cemetery