S: T H E N A T I O N A L M A L L
BC: References: www.nationalmall.com www.holocaustmuseum.com www.barackobama.com www.mlkjr.com
1: The National Mall is located in Washington DC. Constitution and Pennsylvania Avenues NW are on the north of the Mall, 1st Street on the East, Independence and Maryland Avenues are on the south of the Mall and 14th street is on the west.
3: The US Capitol Building is one of the most impressive architectural structures in the United States. Construction began on the US Capitol in 1793, but it has had many construction phases. The US Capitol has housed both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate for over 2 centuries
5: The Smithsonian or the "Castle" was the first building on the National Mall. It was built between 1847 and 1855. It was originally designed by James Renwick. It was rebuilt with some structural changes in 1865 after a fire destroyed much of the building
7: The Washington Monument is an obelisk near the east end of the National Mall. It was built to commemorate the first President of the United States, General George Washington. The Washington Monument stands 555 feet tall and is made of marble, granite and sandstone
9: The Lincoln Memorial located on the National Mall was dedicated on May 30 , 1922 to commemorate the 16th President of the United States of America. Abraham Lincoln. What famous proclamation did Thomas Jefferson make?
11: The diverse population of the United States is celebrated on the National Mall. This is the Korean-American monument
12: The Reflecting Pool is located directly in front of the Lincoln Memorial. It is a long rectangular pool and has been the site of many historical events
14: The Holocaust Museum documents the suffering of Jewish People. If we forget the ills of the past they may repeat themselves! What does this mean to you?
17: In 1963, Dr Martin Luther King Jr made a famous speed during the March on Washington. What was that speech?
18: The National Mall has been the site of many historic events. In 2009, more than 4 million people stood on the National Mall to witness the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States of America
21: This is the site of the Proposed Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument!! Now that you have taken a "walking" tour of the National Mall, make your own digital book about the history of the mall or one of the historical events you researched that has occurred on the National Mall