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American Monuments A-Z 

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A is for Arlington National Cemetery 

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Arlington National Cemetery is where over 400,000 people are buried. 


B is for Bunker Hill Monument

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Bunker Hill Monument is where Dr. Joseph Warren is remembered. 


C is for Castle Clinton

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Castle Clinton is where no battles were fought. 


D is for David Berger MemorialÂ

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David Berger Memorial is where athletes killed in the Olympics are remembered. 


E is for El Malpais National Monument 

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El Malpais National Monument is where you can look at Nice looking caves.     


F is for Fort McHenry

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Fort McHenry is why the National Anthem was written.     


G is for Gettysburg

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Gettysburg National Military Park is where we started to win the American Civil War.     


H is for Hamilton Grange

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Hamilton Grange is where Alexander Hamilton lived.     


I is for Independence Hall

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Independence hall is where we said we wanted freedom from Britain.     


J is for Jefferson Memorial

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Jefferson Memorial is where Thomas Jefferson is remembered.     


K is for The Korean War Veterans Memorial

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The Korean War Memorial remembers people who fought in the Korean War.     


L is for The Lincoln Memorial

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The Lincoln Memorial is where President Lincoln is remembered for finishing the  American Civil War.     


M is for Mount Rushmore 

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Mount Rushmore is where our greatest presidents are  honored.   


N is for National World War II Memorial  

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National World War II Memorial is dedicated to  Americans who served in the  Military during World War II.   


O is for Organ Pipe Cactus Monument 

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The Organ Pipe Cactus Monument is one of the only  places to see the Organ Pipe  Cactus   


P is for Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument   

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The Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument marks where the thousands of  Americans who died in captivity on  British ships during the revolutionary  war are buried.


Q is for Queen Anne Cottage

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Queen Anne Cottage is a house that was made for an architect’s daughter.


R is for Roger Williams National Memorial

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Roger Williams National Memorial is where the founder of Rhode Island is remembered.


S is for the Statue of Liberty

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The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom in the United States.


T is for Tupelo National Battlefield

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Tupelo National Battlefield is where the Union kept the Confederates away from their railroads.


U is for the United States Capitol

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The United States Capitol is where the President lives.


V is for the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial

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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall is where you can see the names of people who fought in the Vietnam War


W is for the Washington Monument

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The Washington Monument is where you can remember the first president of the United States.


X is for the Saint Xavier Catholic Church

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The Saint Xavier Catholic Church is where people learn about the Catholic religion.


Y is for Yellowstone National Park

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The Yellowstone National Park is where you can see beautiful natural scenery.


Z is for the Zion National Park

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At the Zion National Park you can see beautiful green plantlife and animals.


Summary This is an A-Z American primer about monuments in America. There is one letter per monument, one monument per page, and one picture per page. On every page there is also a detail or a fact about the monument. The monuments range from cemeteries to parks.

American Monuments A-Z  

This is an A-Z American primer about monuments in America. There is one letter per monument, one monument per page, and one picture per page...

American Monuments A-Z  

This is an A-Z American primer about monuments in America. There is one letter per monument, one monument per page, and one picture per page...

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