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|is an important natural or human feature that marks a location.
|is a monument built to honor or remember a person, an idea, or an event.
|This is a sculpture of 4 US presidents – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Images of their faces are carved into a cliff in South Dakota.
|is a day set aside for remembering a person, an idea, or an event.
|is something like a flag that stands for the ideas in which people believe. The liberty bell is an example.
|United States Flag
|13 stripes (13 colonies) and 50 stars (50 states) Red stands for courage, white for liberty and blue for truth and loyalty.
|is the national bird of the US. It only lives in North America.
|located in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is another patriotic symbol. It was rung after the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
|is built to honor a person or an event in history. It can be a sculpture, a fountain, a building or any lasting marker. An example is the Washington Monument.
|helps keep the memory of a person or an event alive. The Lincoln Memorial helps people remember President Abraham Lincoln
|Believed to have sewed our first flag.
|Pledge of Allegiance
|is a promise that people make to be loyal, or true, to the United States.
|The white in flag stands for
|The red in the flag stands for
|The blue in the flag stands for
|loyalty and truth
|What is the name of our national anthem
|The Star Spangled Banner
|Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner
|Francis Scott Key
|is sometimes referred to as "Stars and Stripes: and "Old Glory."
|What day is Flag Day
|Statue of Liberty
|stands in the New York harbor. It was a gift from France and is a symbol of freedom.