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Washington, D.C. Study guide
The white house
The Capitol Building
The Supreme Court
The Lincoln Memorial
The Most important house in Washington, D.C. Every president…
The place where lawmakers meet to make laws to govern our cou…
The highest court in the land. 9 Supreme Court justices (judg…
Honors president Abraham Lincoln has a 19 foot statue of Linc…
The white house
The Most important house in Washington, D.C. Every president…
The Capitol Building
The place where lawmakers meet to make laws to govern our cou…
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Washington D.C. Study Guide
What is the shape of the Washington Mo…
D.C.=
Who was D.C. named after?
Who was the "Washington" part of Washi…
Egyptian Oblisque
District of Columbia
Columbus
George Washington
What is the shape of the Washington Mo…
Egyptian Oblisque
D.C.=
District of Columbia
Washington, D.C.
District of Columbia
Lincoln Memorial
Department of Defense
George Washington, our first president
What does D.C. stand for?
Which monument honors Abraham Lincoln?
Whose headquarters are located at the Pentagon?
Who is our nation's capital named after?
District of Columbia
What does D.C. stand for?
Lincoln Memorial
Which monument honors Abraham Lincoln?
CWF Washington DC tour guide
1201 17th Street NW
935 Pennsylvania Ave NW between 9th an…
1776 D Street NW at 17th Street
1700-3400 Massachusetts Ave
Charels Sumner Building
FBI (aka. J Edgar Hoover Builing)
DAR
Embassy Row
1201 17th Street NW
Charels Sumner Building
935 Pennsylvania Ave NW between 9th an…
FBI (aka. J Edgar Hoover Builing)
D.C. Tour guide possible questions
What was the original size of the Dist…
What is the meaning of the District's…
In 1967 who became the first home-rule…
Which President did DC police officer…
100 square miles originally. Now 68 square miles (61 square m…
"Justice for all"
Walter Washington
Ulysses S. Grant
What was the original size of the Dist…
100 square miles originally. Now 68 square miles (61 square m…
What is the meaning of the District's…
"Justice for all"
15 terms
Washington, D.C.
unusual
district
capital
necessary
insólito
el barrio
la capital
necesario
unusual
insólito
district
el barrio
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Washington D.C. Monuments
The Washington Monument
The Capitol Building
The Supreme Court
The Lincoln Memorial
This was built to honor George Washington.
This is where people meet to make laws.
Justices meet here to interpret the constitution and hear cas…
This was built to honor Abraham Lincoln.
The Washington Monument
This was built to honor George Washington.
The Capitol Building
This is where people meet to make laws.
12 terms
Washington D.C.
The Capitol
Arlington cemetery
Washington Monument
Lincoln Memorial
residence of the Congress, Folger Shakespeare Library
soldiers graves from the World Wars
an obelisk called The Needle
inspired by Greek architecture
The Capitol
residence of the Congress, Folger Shakespeare Library
Arlington cemetery
soldiers graves from the World Wars
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Washington, D.C.
capitol (n.)
barbershop (n.)
elect (v.)
pass laws (v.)
the building where the U.S. Congress meets
a business where men and boys get their hair cut
vote for somebody
make laws, create legislation
capitol (n.)
the building where the U.S. Congress meets
barbershop (n.)
a business where men and boys get their hair cut
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Washington, D.C. Monuments
Washington Monument
The Mall
Capital
Supreme Court
Washington Monument
The Mall
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Washington D.C.
White House
Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument
Jefferson Memorial
...
White House
Lincoln Memorial
20 terms
Washington, D.C. Monuments
Washington Monument
The National Mall
Capitol Building
Supreme Court
Washington Monument
The National Mall
Washington D.C. - Abby
Arlington National Cemetery
capitol
Iwo Jima Memorial
Korean Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
capitol
45 terms
Social Studies - Washington D.C. & New York Study Guide
the District of Columbia
Virginia, Maryland
capital
capitol
D.C. in Washington D.C. stands for _____.
Washington D.C. is located between _____ and _____.
A city in a country or state where the government is based.
a building in Washington D.C. occupied by the Congress of the…
the District of Columbia
D.C. in Washington D.C. stands for _____.
Virginia, Maryland
Washington D.C. is located between _____ and _____.
Washington D.C.
Washington D.C
Capital
District of Columbia
Washington Monument
el capital
Washington D.C
Capital
el capital
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Washington D.C.
status - n.
tract - n.
site - n.
radiate - v.
the position, standing of a person
an area of land
a place; a plot of land suitable for building
to send out in rays; to extend or go out from the center of a…
status - n.
the position, standing of a person
tract - n.
an area of land
Washington D.C.
President
Lincoln Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
White House
Executive Branch
Monument built to honor Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president o…
This is a famous cemetery where a lot of U.S. presidents and…
ORIGINALLY PLANNED BY GEORGE WASHINGTON IN 1791 AND WAS COMPL…
President
Executive Branch
Lincoln Memorial
Monument built to honor Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president o…
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Washington D.C. Terms
2 rooms that have silk walls
Lincoln Memorial
Arlington Cemetery
Washington Monument
East Room and Green Room
The Lincoln Memorial is an American national monument built t…
Arlington National Cemetery is a United States military cemet…
The Washington Monument is an obelisk built to respect George…
2 rooms that have silk walls
East Room and Green Room
Lincoln Memorial
The Lincoln Memorial is an American national monument built t…
Washington D.C. Facts
Washington Monument
White House
White House
White House
construction started in 1848
132 rooms, 32 bathrooms, 6 levels, 412 doors, 147 windows, 28…
also called "President's Palace", "President's House", and th…
approximately 6,000 visitors a day
Washington Monument
construction started in 1848
White House
132 rooms, 32 bathrooms, 6 levels, 412 doors, 147 windows, 28…
Washington D.C. Monuments
The Washington Monument
The Capital Building
The Supreme Court
The Lincoln Memorial
Completed in October 9, 1888, it was built to honor George Wa…
Completed November 17, 1800, it is where people meet to make…
Completed in 1935, Justices meet here to interpret the consti…
Completed in 1922, It was built to honor Abraham Lincoln.
The Washington Monument
Completed in October 9, 1888, it was built to honor George Wa…
The Capital Building
Completed November 17, 1800, it is where people meet to make…
Washington D.C. Review
Washington D.C.
White House
John Adams
Red Room
the capital of the United States of America
got its name when it was rebuilt and painted white after the…
the first president to live in the White House
one of the three rooms in the White House
Washington D.C.
the capital of the United States of America
White House
got its name when it was rebuilt and painted white after the…
washington d.c.
capital
capitol
cultural landmark
district of columbia
capital
capitol
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Washington D.C
president
Washington monument
capitol
white house
the highest executive officer of a modern republic, as the Ch…
The Washington Monument is an obelisk on the National Mall in…
the building in Washington, D.C., used by the Congress of the…
the official residence of the president of the United States,…
president
the highest executive officer of a modern republic, as the Ch…
Washington monument
The Washington Monument is an obelisk on the National Mall in…
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Washington D.C.
White House
Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument
Jefferson Memorial
...
White House
Lincoln Memorial
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Washington D.C.
President
Capitol
Prevost
Red Room
The elected head of a republican state
The building in which the U.S. Congress meets in Washington,…
A bus
Parlor and music room
President
The elected head of a republican state
Capitol
The building in which the U.S. Congress meets in Washington,…
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Washington D.C.
Washington Monument
White House
Jefferson Memorial
Lincoln Memorial
This monument is commonly known to almost everyone. It is als…
This is the place where the U.S. president lives and works. I…
Memorial dedicated to an American Founding Father and the thi…
This is a memorial dedicated to the 16th president. This was…
Washington Monument
This monument is commonly known to almost everyone. It is als…
White House
This is the place where the U.S. president lives and works. I…
14 terms
Washington, D.C.
Constitution
Star-Spangled Banner
White House
James Hoban
a set of rules that all citizens follow
national anthem, sung at baseball games
where the president lives
architect of the White House
Constitution
a set of rules that all citizens follow
Star-Spangled Banner
national anthem, sung at baseball games
21 terms
Washington D.C.
New York City
Philadelphia
George Washington
Washington Monument
Country's First Capital city
Country's Second Capital city
only president that never lived in the White House
tallest building in D.C.
New York City
Country's First Capital city
Philadelphia
Country's Second Capital city
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Washington, D.C.
Barack Obama
historic
Washington, D.C.
memorial
The current president of the United States.... El presidente de…
An important part of history ... Una parte importante de las his…
The capital of the United States... El capital de los Estados Un…
Something made to remember an important person or event.... Algo…
Barack Obama
The current president of the United States.... El presidente de…
historic
An important part of history ... Una parte importante de las his…
Trip to Washington D.C.
1791
1800
1814
1846
George Washington chooses the site for new capital
National government moves to Washington D.C.
Capitol and other federal buildings burned by British troop i…
Smithsonian institute established
1791
George Washington chooses the site for new capital
1800
National government moves to Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. Geography
What ordinal direction will we be flyi…
What are the three main structures on…
What are the two states that border Wa…
What river borders Washington D.C.?
North-east
Lincoln Memorial, Washington Memorial, and the United States…
Maryland and Virginia
the (Lower) Potomac River
What ordinal direction will we be flyi…
North-east
What are the three main structures on…
Lincoln Memorial, Washington Memorial, and the United States…
7 terms
Washington D.C.
Washington D.C.
capital
District of Columbia
Capitol
...
...
...
...
Washington D.C.
...
capital
...
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Washington, D.C.
What year was the White House completed?
Who was the first president to live in…
What are the NORTH and SOUTH streets n…
What are the EAST and WEST streets nam…
1800
John Adams
Numbers
Letters
What year was the White House completed?
1800
Who was the first president to live in…
John Adams
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Washington D.C.
Arlington National Cemetery
Capital
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capital
21 terms
Washington, D. C
Smithsonian Institution
National Mall
The Lincoln Memorial
The White House
Smithsonian Institution
National Mall
18 terms
Washington, D.C.
What year was the White House completed?
Who was the first president to live in…
What are the NORTH and SOUTH streets n…
What are the EAST and WEST streets nam…
1800
John Adams
Numbers
Letters
What year was the White House completed?
1800
Who was the first president to live in…
John Adams
washington D.C
Accommodations
Budget
capital
itinerary
places to stay away from home, like hotels.
A plan for spending money
city with the government of a state
a list of places to visit or things to be done
Accommodations
places to stay away from home, like hotels.
Budget
A plan for spending money
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Washington, D.C.
The White House
National Mall
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Washington Memorial
the home of the president
home to many famous monuments and buildings
commemorates servicemen and women of this war that the states…
an obelisk structure that is that tallest building in he city
The White House
the home of the president
National Mall
home to many famous monuments and buildings
Washington D.C
Arlington National Cemetary
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetary
Capitol
20 terms
Washington D.C.
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
washington D.C
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
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Washington D.C. Monuments
Vietnam War Memorial
Iwo Jima Memorial
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Vietnam War Memorial
Iwo Jima Memorial
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Washington D.C.
Alluminum
Laus Deo
Obelisk
5
Back part of Washington Monument was made of this
The 2 ascribed at Washing Monument
What type of shape is Washington Monument
How many farms at Mount Vermon
Alluminum
Back part of Washington Monument was made of this
Laus Deo
The 2 ascribed at Washing Monument
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Washington D.C.
the Capitol
the Supreme Court
Washington Monument
the National Mall
the Capitol
the Supreme Court
20 terms
Washington D.C.
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
20 terms
Washington D.C. Pictures
Arlington National Cemetary
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetary
Capitol
20 terms
Washington D.C. Trip
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
20 terms
Washington D.C. Pictures
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol
20 terms
Washington, D.C. Trip
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol Building
National Holocaust Museum
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Capitol Building
Washington D.C
Arlington National cemetery
capitol
Holocaust
Iwo Jima Memorial
Arlington National cemetery
capitol
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