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    Mount Rushmore

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    Mount Rushmore is located in Keystone, South Dakota in the Black Hills. Its address is 13000 SD-244, Keystone, SD, 57751. Its area is 1278.45 square acres, and the monument is 5,725 feet tall. The terrain is mountainous and surrounded by prairie. Mount Rushmore was the brainchild of Doane Robinson, a local historian, who came up with the idea in 1923 in order to promote tourism to South Dakota. The task of creating the monument was given to Gutzon Borglum, a famous Danish-American sculptor. When Gutzon died in 1941, his son, Lincoln Borglum, took over the project. President Franklin Roosevelt placed the project under jurisdiction of the National Park Service in 1933, during its construction. The huge undertaking lasted fourteen years, from…

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    been Mount Rushmore Memorial. Mt. Rushmore is located in South Dakota’s black hill national forest and it is one of America’s most popular tourist attractions. This monument is best known for its four gigantic carved sculptures depicting the faces of the U.S presidents and it was built to honor each of these presidents for their contribution to the birth of democracy and the growth of the United States. Over generations, millions of tourists have come to view the granite face sculptures to what…

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    Forest of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore, a large granite peak was dedicated in 1925 to be sculpted into a monument. That monument today is one of the most visited monuments in the United States. Mount Rushmore is a staple of the United States. On it, it has the faces of four of the most important Presidents of the United States. According to the Sculptor Gutzon Borglum “The purpose of the memorial is to communicate the founding, expansion, preservation, and unification of the United States with…

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    Dakota. Delegate Peter Norbeck of South Dakota grasped the proposal, and government financing helped the try. Robinson asked to outline and stone carver Gutzon Borglum to shape and mastermind the notable point. Borglum utilized Mount Rushmore for the model since it was with everything taken into account the most simple and stable of the pretends to oversee. Mount Rushmore is one of our most infamous national critical points, portraying the attributes of past U.S. presidents George Washington,…

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    Trip of a Lifetime Did you know that Mount Rushmore is over 1,725 meters tall? Well it’s true. Did you also know that Mount Rushmore cost just south of one million dollars? Yes, which in my opinion is pretty amazing that such a marvelous monument made out of granite would be less than a million dollars. Today I will be talking about my trip to five different states. Which started in Kansas, then to three national parks, and finally ending up at a roaring river. First I will be talking about my…

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    Essay On Mount Rushmore

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    Mount Rushmore The presidents that are sculpted in mount Rushmore are Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln. All of these presidents got chosen to be on Mount Rushmore because of all the different contributions they made to America. Every single one of these presidents deserve to be on Mount Rushmore, but there are also many other contributors that helped our country so much that also deserve to be on Mount Rushmore. George Washington was the very…

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    Who Is Mount Rushmore?

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    Throughout human history, there has been thousands of monuments and memorials created in order to pay tribute to the people as well as the events that has shaped the world as we know it. One of the best examples within the United States can be found in Mount Rushmore. This National Memorial is an immense sculpture that is carved into the Black Hills region of Western South Dakota. The Southeastern face of Mount Rushmore features four of the 4 most iconic, influential, and progressive presidents…

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    Mount Rushmore Four of the most respectable presidents that have been influential in american history, reside on the monument of Mount Rushmore. In 1914, Mount Rushmore was built 61 feet tall in South Dakota to honour these four reverent presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. On my Mount Rushmore, I have selected four of the most intriguing and important figures that have shaped my life. My life has been greatly impacted by Todd Gurley an…

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    windows of the truck we could barely see the road ten feet in front of us and a lot of people were pulling to the side of the road to wait it out. We decided to drive right through the storm, after it calmed down we ate lunch at pizza hut. Then we just drove the rest of the way to my house after stopping at a gas station in Cambridge to use the bathroom all because of my sister and I got a pop and chips while we were there. Then when we got home we unloaded everything from the cars I had to…

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    High on a rock bluff in South Dakota's Black Hills tower the tremendous cut appearances of four American presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Together they constitute one of the world's biggest bits of model. Mount Rushmore featured the sculptures of the heads of four presidents of United States: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. These heads are sculptured on the granite mountains, Black Hills region…

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