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Washington D.C.
Directory > Social Studies > States and State History > Washington D.C.



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Washington Memorial
The Washington Memorial is a large, tall, white-colored obelisk at the west end of the National Mall in Washington D.C. It is a United States Presidential M...
2.  Image
Jefferson Memorial
Side view of the Jefferson Memorial built for President Thomas Jefferson in Washinton DC.
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: All
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JFK Memorial Site
John F. Kennedy memorial site in Arlington National Cemetery
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: All
4.  Image
National Capitol Building
Our National Capitol Building in Washington DC.
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: All
5.  Image
Arlington National Cemetary
Picture taken in November of the Arlington National Cemetary which is where many servicemen are buried
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: All
6.  Image
Air Force Memorial
Picture taken from a distance of the sculpture by the Air Force Memorial.
7.  Image
Lincoln Memorial
A bird on Abe's head of the Lincoln Memorial
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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U.S. Capital
View of the Capital Dome in Washington, D.C.
Curriculum: History/Social Science
9.  Web Site
Explore D.C: America's Capital
Local History, Specialty tours, and African American Heritage are but few pages to explore when you visit this site. A timeline is available filled with use...
Curriculum: History/Social Science





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