United States Monuments
Learn all about Mount Rushmore, a "President's mountain" devoted to four famous presidents.
USS Arizona Memorial
December 7, 1941. Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese leading to the American entry into World War II. Read About's Guide to Hawaii, John Fischer's, article to find out more about this solemn memorial and this terrible tragedy.
Read about the history and restoration of the Washington Monument from About's Guide to U.S. Parks, Darren Smith.
The Jefferson Memorial is one of the most elegant monuments in America. Read of the many problems that happened while the Memorial was being built along with a nice biography of Jefferson himself.
As the National Park Service explains at this site, the Lincoln Memorial symbolizes freedom. Read about its history, design and construction here.
The Liberty Bell
As it states on the Liberty Bell, "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." (Leviticus 25:10) Learn about the history of the Liberty Bell and find out interesting facts concerning its construction.
The Marine Corps Memorial
What is usually thought of as the Iwo Jima Memorial is actually a tribute to all marines who have given their lives in defense of the United States. Read the National Park Service's information about the park and the statue itself.
St. Louis Arch
Learn all about the St. Louis Arch, the Gateway to the West.