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List of Sites--Presidents: A Discover Our Shared Heritage ...

Abraham Lincoln (1861- April 1865) • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site, Kentucky (National Park Service) • Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial ...

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Trivia Questions - U.S. National Park Service - Experience ...

Trivia Questions: 1. What were the names of Abraham Lincoln’s four sons? [Answer: Robert Todd Lincoln ... Lincoln was the first president to die by assassination.

http://www.nps.gov/.../AbrahamLincoln_TriviaQuestions-2.pdf

President's Park (White House) (U.S. National Park Service)

The President of the United States lives in a National Park. Every president except George Washington has called the White House and its surrounding ...

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History: Theodore Roosevelt: Did You Know?

Theodore Roosevelt Did You Know? Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to do the ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../tr4.html

History: Abraham Lincoln: Life Before the Presidency

For more information about President Lincoln, check out the Abraham Lincoln Association ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../al1.html

History: George Washington: Presidential Accomplishments

George Washington Presidential Accomplishments. Washington voluntarily resigned as Commander-in-Chief of the ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../gw3.html

Vicksburg Trivia rev - National Park Service

Vicksburg National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior Vicksburg National Military Park Vicksburg Trivia Who Was Here First? Early History of the

http://www.nps.gov/.../Vicksburg%20Trivia.pdf

Lincoln Facts - Lincoln Home National Historic Site (U.S ...

President Richard Nixon signed the legislation authorizing the establishment of the Lincoln Home as a National Historic Site at the Old State Capitol, ...

http://www.nps.gov/.../lincolnfacts.htm

TRIVIA - U.S. National Park Service - Experience Your America

President’s expansionist policies. “Mr. Roosevelt is the Tom Sawyer of the political world of the twentieth century; always showing off; always

http://www.nps.gov/.../oct-nov%20issue%202008.pdf