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Wordless Wednesday: Lincoln Memorial

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Lincoln and Lee – the myth and photo

OK, let me mess with your mind. One of the stories of the Lincoln Memorial is Robert E. Lee is in the back of Abe’s hair looking at the Southern general’s mansion across the river. It makes for a good … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Lincoln Memorial

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Lincoln local leader in 2012 – 5.15 million visitors

Business was good at national parks last year. Park visitors generated $26.72 billion in economic activity nationwide and supported 243,000, including guides like me thank you, according to a federal annual report. Nearly 283 million visited parks, four million more … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Lincoln Memorial under construction

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Walking the path of history

Along Pennsylvania Ave., I often tell tourists they’re walking over the same ground that many of our country’s great people have passed over two centuries. Abe Lincoln and John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Ok, many walked on … Continue reading

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Democracy sometimes leave us vulnerable, but . . .

How could someone splatter paint on the Lincoln Memorial? Where was security? I’ve been asked that regularly since Lincoln was defaced by someone throwing green paint on the statue around 1 a.m. when the summer crowds of nearly 50,000 slow … Continue reading

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