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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents. American Eagle. American Flag. Liberty Bell. Lincoln Memorial. Statue of Liberty. Washington Monument. White House. American Eagle. Back to Table of Contents. American Flag. Back to Table of Contents. Liberty Bell. Back to Table of Contents. Lincoln Memorial.

By issac
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National Symbols

National Symbols

National Symbols Click on the picture of the Washington Monument. This is the Washington Monument. Click on the picture of the White House. This is the White House. Click on the picture of Mount Rushmore. This is Mount Rushmore. Click on the Georgia flag. This is the Georgia Flag.

By elina
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Barack Obama

Barack Obama

Barack Obama. president. A person who is elected to have authority or control over a group of people. . White House. The executive mansion of the President of the United States. This is where the President lives and works. work. An activity you do that you produce or accomplish something.

By jacob
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GEORGE WASHINGTON

GEORGE WASHINGTON

GEORGE WASHINGTON. 1732-1799. GEORGE WASHINGTON. George Washington was the first president of the United States. He served two terms from 1789-1797. He is called the Father of Our Country. REVOLUTIONARY WAR. The United States fought England in the Revolutionary War.

By muncel
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Landmarks Near and Far

Landmarks Near and Far

Landmarks Near and Far. Community Landmarks. The Courtyard Theatre. Historic Downtown Plano. Beautiful Historic Homes. Haggard Family Homestead. Mendenhall Elementary. Southfork Ranch. Heritage Farmstead Museum. Interurban Railway Museum. Haggard Park. State Landmarks.

By lynna
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Welcome to 3rd Grade Jeopardy!!

Welcome to 3rd Grade Jeopardy!!

Welcome to 3rd Grade Jeopardy!!. Jeopardy – Round 1. Click here for Round Two. Which American Indian (First American) tribe lived in what is now Virginia? Powhatan Apache Pueblo Sioux. History/Geog. – 20 points. Answer:. A. Powhatan. History/Geog. – 20 points.

By zan
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*Monuments: A structure such as a building to memorialize something.

*Monuments: A structure such as a building to memorialize something.

*Monuments: A structure such as a building to memorialize something. The Mount Rushmore Monument: This monument is located in South Dakota. It is memorializing four great U.S.A. Presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.

By faunus
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Stars, Stripes, and Symbols of America

Stars, Stripes, and Symbols of America

Stars, Stripes, and Symbols of America. What are National Symbols?. America has many different symbols that are unique to our country and represent the freedoms that we enjoy. Our Flag. The American Flag represents our culture and history.

By connor
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American Symbols A Two Week Unit for Kindergarten

American Symbols A Two Week Unit for Kindergarten

American Symbols A Two Week Unit for Kindergarten. Created by Kathy Ingram And Melanie Ratliff. Table of Contents. Rationale Standards-Based Education Unit Planning Template Standards Concept Map Outline Goal and Objectives Essential Question Activity One Activity Two

By yama
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Thoughts for the Day

Thoughts for the Day

Thoughts for the Day. A great leader comes along about once in a generation and great problems come along about three times a week Most people who succeed in the face of seemingly impossible conditions are people who simply don’t know how to quit. Robert Schuller.

By luther
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Capitol Building, Washington, DC

Capitol Building, Washington, DC

Capitol Building, Washington, DC. Chinatown, Washington, DC. National Building Museum (Interior), Washington, DC. Washington Monument, Washington, DC. Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC. Skyline, Baltimore, MD, from Inner Harbor. Cathedral of Saint Paul, St. Paul, MN.

By moira
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Predicate Logic and the language PL

Predicate Logic and the language PL

Predicate Logic and the language PL. In SL , the smallest unit is the simple declarative sentence. But many arguments (and other relationships between sentences) are actually based on sub-sentential units. Including: None of Mary’s friends supports Libertarians.

By step
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Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride Interactive Vocabulary PowerPoint

Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride Interactive Vocabulary PowerPoint

Directions: To go “Slide Show” and click “View” mode. Type your name or class name in the white box. Click “your mouse or go to the left corner of the screen and hit “next” or the arrow” to get to the first vocabulary word.

By kaspar
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Our National Symbols

Our National Symbols

Our National Symbols. Monuments and Memorials. Washington, D.C. The city of Washington is home to many of our national monuments and memorials. It is also where our national government is run. The Capitol.

By valentine
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Landmarks and Symbols of the United States

Landmarks and Symbols of the United States

Landmarks and Symbols of the United States. Created by:. Ms. Librizzi’s Class. The Statue of Liberty. Created by: Rasha and Ucal. Location: In New York Bay on Liberty Island It was built in July 1884 sent to New York, reassembled and completed in 1886. It is 151 feet tall

By rigg
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Egyptian Influences and Symbols

Egyptian Influences and Symbols

Egyptian Influences and Symbols. The Solomon Key. Dan Brown is rumored to have written a sequel to The da Vinci Code , and a possible sub-topic of Langdon’s quest could be on Egyptian influences on the Founding Fathers and the building of our Nations Capitol. Akhnaton - Influences.

By marietta
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Famous Landmarks All Over the World

Famous Landmarks All Over the World

Famous Landmarks All Over the World. By: Carla Kossayda. Brooklyn Bridge. The Brooklyn Bridge is in the U.S.A. Red Square. The Red Square is in Russia. The White House. The White House in the U.S.A. Walt Disney World. Walt Disney World is in the U.S.A. Independence Hall.

By garson
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Let’s Learn about Map Elements

Let’s Learn about Map Elements

Let’s Learn about Map Elements. North America, Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Be a Spy! Look for these map elements!. Title Author Key Scale Compass Rose. Can you identify the title? Can you identify the author? Can you identify the scale? Can you identify the compass rose?.

By elani
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The Unification Church

The Unification Church

The Unification Church. The Divine Principle. Meet Your New Messiah . A Red-Letter Day August 20, 1985 The “Moon-Magic”

By ronalee
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Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride Interactive Vocabulary PowerPoint

Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride Interactive Vocabulary PowerPoint

Directions: To go “Slide Show” and click “View” mode. Type your name or class name in the white box. Click “your mouse or go to the left corner of the screen and hit “next” or the arrow” to get to the first vocabulary word.

By Leo
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