Can you score 9000 points playing this U.S. Monuments picture reveal game?

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Narra Jackson

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No American road trip would be complete without stopping at a couple of famous U.S. Monuments. From Mount Rushmore to Lincoln Memorial, how many points can you score in this picture reveal game?

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The Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota is a massive accomplishment. Over 90% of Mount Rushmore was carved using dynamite. The blasts removed approximately 450,000 tons of rock. Details were finished with jackhammers and hand chisels.

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The Liberty Bell in Pennsylvania is a symbol of American independence. The original cast was made in London, England, in 1752, by the company Lester and Pack. The strike note the Liberty Bell makes is E flat.

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The Washington Monument in Washington, DC, is a monument that commemorates the presidency of George Washington. Plans for the monument began before Washington had become president. The original design was much different than the final product.

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Muir Woods National Monument is a unit of the National Park Service on Mount Tamalpais, near the Pacific coast. It is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, 12 miles north of San Francisco. It protects 554 acres, half of which are old growth coast redwood.

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The Montezuma Castle National Monument protects a set of well-preserved Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings near the town of Camp Verde, Arizona. The dwellings were built and used by the Sinagua people, a pre-Columbian culture closely related to the Hohokam and other indigenous people.

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The Oak Alley Plantation is a historic plantation located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, in the community of Vacherie, St. James Parish. Oak Alley is named for its canopied path - a double row of southern oak trees about 800 feet long - that was planted in the early 18th century

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The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is in east-central Oregon. It is located in the John Day River basin and managed by the National Park Service. It has well-preserved layers of fossils that lived in the region between the Eocene, about 45 million years ago, and the Miocene, about 5 million years ago.

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The Fort Matanzas National Monument in Florida was designated a United States National Monument on October 15, 1924. The monument consists of a 1740 Spanish fort called Fort Matanzas, as well as about 100 acres of salt marsh and barrier islands.

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The Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico is preserving history that extends back over 10,000 years, when nomadic hunter-gatherers followed migrating wildlife across the mesas and canyons. By 1150 CE, Ancestral Pueblo people began to build more permanent settlements.

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The Cedar Breaks National Monument is a natural amphitheater that stretches across 3 miles and has a depth of over 2,000 feet. The elevation of the rim of the amphitheater is 10,000 feet above sea level. Its rim visitor center is open from June through October.

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The Federal Hall National Memorial in New York is the building that serves as a museum and memorial to the first President of the United States and the beginnings of the country. It was where the United States Bill of Rights was introduced in the First Congress. The original building was demolished in 1812.

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The Wupatki National Monument in Arizona is rich in Native American ruins. The monument is administered by the National Park Service in connection with the nearby Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Wupatki was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

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The El Malpais National Monument is located in western New Mexico, in the Southwestern United States. The name El Malpais comes from the Spanish term Malpaís, meaning badlands, because of the extremely barren and dramatic volcanic field that covers most of the park.

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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial was built without government funds. A college student won the memorial’s design contest. When the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was first dedicated three decades ago, Lin’s wall contained the names of 57,939 American servicemen that had lost their lives.

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The Colorado National Monument in Colorado is host to canyons as deep as 500 feet and rock monoliths as tall as 450 feet. Construction of Rim Rock Drive began in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps and was completed in the 1950s.

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