Washington Monument.

by Marcovitz, Hal.

Format: Print Book 2002
Availability: Available at 3 Libraries 3 of 3 copies
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Carnegie Library of Homestead Children Non Fiction J 975.304 M32
Location  Carnegie Library of Homestead
Collection  Children Non Fiction
Call Number  J 975.304 M32
Carnegie Library of McKeesport Children Non Fiction J 975.3 M333w
Location  Carnegie Library of McKeesport
Collection  Children Non Fiction
Call Number  J 975.3 M333w
Penn Hills Library Juvenile Non-Fiction j 975.304 MAR
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Call Number  j 975.304 MAR
George Washington led the Continental Army to victory in the American Revolution. He later presided over the meeting at which the US Constitution, our system of government, was written. After Washington's death, many people agreed that a monument to his life should be built. The story of the Monument reflects the story of our nation.
Additional Information
Series American symbols and their meanings.
Subjects Washington, George, -- 1732-1799 -- Monuments -- Washington (D.C.)
Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.)
Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.) -- History.
Washington (D.C.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Publisher Philadelphia :Mason Crest Publishers,2002
Language English
Description 48 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1590840283
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