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Places to Visit Animals Capital Cities Washington, DC History
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What is Washington, DC?
the capital city of the United States
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Who is Pale Male?
red-tailed hawk living in Central Park
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What is Boston?
the capital of Massachusetts
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What is the Capitol?
the building where Congress works
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What is thirteen?
the number of original colonies
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What is Central Park?
the large park in New York City
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What is the loon?
a water bird whose call sounds like a wild animal
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What is Albany?
the capital of New York
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What is the White House?
where the President lives and works
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What is the Revolutionary War?
the war the colonists fought against the British
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What is the Appalachian Trail?
the 2,000 mile hiking trail from North Georgia to Maine
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What is a lobster?
a delicious shellfish found off the coast of Maine
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What is Dover?
the capital of Deleware
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What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier?
the burial site that is guarded 24 hours a day/365 days a year
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What is Philadelphia?
the city where the Declaration of Independence was signed
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What is Acadia National Park?
the national park in Maine
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What is a snowshoe hare?
a small mammal whose fur changes color in winter to match the snow
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What is Montepelier?
the capital of Vermont
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What is the Washington Monument?
the tall pointed monument overlooking Washington, DC
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What is the Boston Tea Party?
the event in which tea was thrown from a harbor in protest of a British tax
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What is the Statue of Liberty?
large 100th birthday gift from France
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What is a beaver?
an animal that builds a dam and has a tail that acts like a rudder
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What is Trenton?
the capital of New Jersey
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What are Virginia and Maryland?
the two states which donated land for the capital city
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Who was Thomas Jefferson?
third President of the United States




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