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    all of the stuff to do. Some places to visit are the Grand canyon, Washington D.C., Mount Rushmore, Niagara Falls,Yellowstone Park, the Florida Everglades and many others. First, is the Grand Canyon, which is located in Arizona by the Colorado river. It is 277 miles long, 18 miles wide and 6,093 feet deep. That would be a bad fall! It is about 6 million years old and is home to many animals. Second, is Washington D.C. Washington D.C. is a city full of many things to do, You can go to the Smithsonian

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    The Beneficial Advice of George Washington As the first and the most important president of the United States, George Washington was well loved by all. Born on February 22, 1732, in Pope’s Creek, Virginia, Washington has had a relatively easy life growing up. When he joined the army to fight in the Revolutionary War, he was appointed general for his bravery while gallantly fighting. After the war ended, George Washington was elected president since the Americans feel like they cannot go on without

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    Geography Analysis of Washington Washington State, located at the northwest corner of the United States, is home to one of the top ten most dangerous volcanos in North America (National Geographic, 2010). Known as the Evergreen State, it’s full of many interesting geographical features & full of life. With its marine west coast climate bringing in mild temperatures, there are high chances of rain during the cold months but very dry and hot temperatures during the summers. The Rocky Mountains and

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    Washington The Evergreen State Washington is a unique and mind-blowing state that draws people from all over the world to visit this breath-taking state. Washington has many priceless attractions, natural wonders, amazing companies and inventions. This state created what nobody has ever thought of. This state is also really unique in its own way. Amazing Attractions The enjoyable and breath-taking attractions in Washington will amaze you. Going to Pike Place Market can give

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    Washington State Symbols

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    each state accordingly following a U.S. Census decennial (O’Connor et al., 2015). The State of Washington officially became the 42nd state to be part of the Union in 1889 and the only state in the United States named after one of the nation’s president (Wash. Rev. Code § 1.20.080 (1967)). Washington State’s richly green landscapes is the result of its vast amount of rainfall annually (“Why is Washington,” 2016). The state’s unofficial nickname “The Evergreen State” comes from much of its terrain

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    A Trip To Washington Dc

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    Every citizen of the United States of American should see the Nation's Capital in Washington DC. I finally made my pilgrimage to this Nation's Capital City for a family vacation this year. It is everything you would expect and more. A lot more. Read the following tips to make your upcoming Washington DC trip more fulfilling and less expensive. Two Airports There are two airports that feed into the Washington DC and Metro areas -- Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan National Airport.

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    The Washington Monument used to be the tallest tower in the world. It has iconic structures and it is honoring to the man known as the father of his country. It shows the importance of him for the Americans that even the country has racked up scores of tributes, cities, highways, lakes, mountains, schools and an entire state have been named in his honour. He even got multiple monuments in his name. The Washington Monument, monumental obelisk was worked to respect George Washington, America's first

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    Mount Zion, Washington, located just north of Rock Island, where the winters were cold, the summers were hot and, if you were lucky enough to live near one of its many orchards, the air was rich with the perfume of apple blossoms. It was a town full of remarkably colorful people, however, most coasted through small town life under the radar for various reasons. If you have ever lived in a speck-on-the-map town with a neon city only minutes away, you may have a good idea of what it is like when everyone

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    There are many beautiful places in the Northwest of the United States, but Eastern Washington is easily the most beautiful area of Washington State. I have lived in Eastern Washington for almost seven years, I have lived in California and have been to Oregon several times and have seen many beautiful regions on the West Coast. But, Eastern Washington is the best. Eastern Washington has many beautiful landforms and is full of wonderful Wildlife areas. These Wildlife areas contain many large forests

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    the impact of rail roads on the washington state Can you imagine living in a car for six months? If not then try to imagine how hard it would be to be living in a wagon thats always moving. Everyone having to pitch in by either collecting firewood, walking beside the wagon to make the load lighter for the horses, or taking care of seven or eight children, the exhuastion knocking you out every night. Then when you finally get to the land you travelled so far to get a piece of, there is more work

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