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Washington D.C.
by Eric Dowdle
1. Crossing the Delaware 2. John F. Kennedy saving the man during WW II 3. Honest Abe 4. President Ford (Big Scout) Eagle Scout 5. President Grant got a speeding ticket on his horse 6. President Reagan, movie star, jelly bean lover, saved 70 people as a life guard 7. Jackie O. Kennedy 8. Uncle Remus 9. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 10. The Sorensen’s, owners of the original painting 11. Battle of Iwo Jima Memorial 12. Picaboo Street (long story) 13. Pres. James Monroe, world traveler and soldier 14. Calvin Coolidge had many animals at the White House 15. Baby Ruth, Pres. Cleveland’s daughter, and a fine candy bar 16. Andrew Johnson, First President impeached 17. “W” George Bush, big baseball fan 18. Father George Bush crashed two planes in WWII 19. The Gingerbread House Foundation goes to Washington 20. The cherry tree that never really was chopped down 21. Franklin Roosevelt in his wheelchair with his dog 22. Eleanor Roosevelt 23. Herbert Hoover, made his fortune in gold 24. President Harding (not a straight shooter) assassinated 25. President Clinton always wanted to be President Clinton 26. Harry Truman, was in office when “the Big One” was dropped 27. President Carter was a peanut farmer 28. My wife and I enjoying our Capital 29. James Buchanan the “Traveling President” 30. Millard Fillmore put running water and a stove in the White House 31. James Buchanan “Slave states in one hand, free states on the other.” 32. “Hey man, can’t we all just love” 33. Korean War Memorial 34. Lincoln Memorial 35. Rutherford Hayes, the first president to have a phone 36. President North (A very trusting man) 37. Benedict Arnold 38. Congressman Bishop 39. Congressman Cannon 40. Nurses Memorial 41. President Fillmore (Last of the Whigs) 42. Franklin Pierce “Bleeding Kansas” 43. Vietnam Memorial 44. Senator Bennett 45. George Washington 46. The first political debate (two kegs were part of it) 47. President Tyler loved children 48. President Harrison (gave a three hour inaugural speech in rain and died three weeks later) 49. Joe Thiesman 50. Town Cryer 51. President Van Buren “Trail of Tears” 52. William McKinley, always wore a red carnation 53. President Taft, was so fat he broke the White House bathtub 54. Woodrow Wilson loved to entertain 55. Stonewall Jackson 56. Grover Cleveland got married while in office 57. Washington and war ally Marquis de Lafayette 58. The annual Easter Egg Roll 59. The White House 60. Senator Orrin Hatch 61. Martin Luther King 62. Forrest Gump & Jenny 63. “The Second Gunman” 64. Women’s Rights Activist 65. Rutherford Hayes “Best fisherman in America” 66. Dolly Madison 67. President James Madison 68. Ben Franklin 69. Thomas Jefferson 70. Jefferson Memorial 71. Holocaust Museum 72. Zackary Taylor 73. Another fan of Reagan 74. Three million per year panda 75. Smithsonian 76. Pin the tail on the Democrat 77. Washington Monument 78. Uncle Sam 79. WWII Memorial 80. The annual Kite Festival 81. Teddy Roosevelt 82. Museum of American History 83. James Polk “Hardest Working” burning candle at both ends 84. Museum of Natural History 85. President Nixon 86. Some of our Founding Fathers 87. President Carter (After inauguration he walked to the White House) 88. The Old Post Office 89. Union Station 92. Supreme Court 93. Capitol Building 94. Library of Congress 95. RFK Stadium 96. John Quincy Adams died in the Senate Chamber 97. Hirshhorn Museum 98. United State Botanical Gardens 99. Senate Building 100. Offices for Representatives


				
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