United States Landmarks
and Symbols
Key Facts:
• It is in Philadelphia.
• It has been cracked
since 1751.
• It is also a symbol of
freedom.
Key Facts:
• It is in Washington D.C.
• It was made to honor
Abraham Lincoln, an
American leader.
• The memorial is a symb...
Key Facts:
• It is in South Dakota.
• It involves four
presidents.
– George Washington
– Thomas Jefferson
– Theodore Roose...
Key Facts:
• It is in New York City.
• It includes seven rays
which represent the seven
seas and continents of the
world.
...
Key Facts:
• It is in Washington,
D.C.
• This is the building
that Congress meets
in.
• The President of the
United States...
Key Facts:
• It is in Washington,
D.C.
• This monument was
built to honor George
Washington’s leadership
in the American
R...
Key Facts:
• It is in Washington,
D.C.
• This is the building
the President lives
and works in.
• John Adams was the
first...
Key Facts:
• It was created by
Betsy Ross.
•The first one was
made in 1777.
• It includes one star
for every state in the
...
Key Facts:
• It has been a national
symbol since 1782.
• It is native to North
America.
• One of the key words in
it’s nam...
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U.S. Landmarks and Symbols

  1. 1. United States Landmarks and Symbols
  2. 2. Key Facts: • It is in Philadelphia. • It has been cracked since 1751. • It is also a symbol of freedom.
  3. 3. Key Facts: • It is in Washington D.C. • It was made to honor Abraham Lincoln, an American leader. • The memorial is a symbol of freedom.
  4. 4. Key Facts: • It is in South Dakota. • It involves four presidents. – George Washington – Thomas Jefferson – Theodore Roosevelt – Abraham Lincoln. • It took 14 years to create.
  5. 5. Key Facts: • It is in New York City. • It includes seven rays which represent the seven seas and continents of the world. • You must take a ferry to get to it.
  6. 6. Key Facts: • It is in Washington, D.C. • This is the building that Congress meets in. • The President of the United States is inaugurated at this building.
  7. 7. Key Facts: • It is in Washington, D.C. • This monument was built to honor George Washington’s leadership in the American Revolution. • It is about 555 feet tall.
  8. 8. Key Facts: • It is in Washington, D.C. • This is the building the President lives and works in. • John Adams was the first President to live here (1800).
  9. 9. Key Facts: • It was created by Betsy Ross. •The first one was made in 1777. • It includes one star for every state in the United States.
  10. 10. Key Facts: • It has been a national symbol since 1782. • It is native to North America. • One of the key words in it’s name means white rather than hairless.

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