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Centered on a sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills in Keystone, South Dakota. Wikipedia

  • Black Hills National Forest

    Located in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming, United States. Area of over 1.25 million acres and is managed by the Forest Service. Wikipedia

  • Custer State Park

    South Dakota State Park and wildlife reserve in the Black Hills, United States. South Dakota's largest and first state park, named after Lt. Colonel George Armstrong Custer. Wikipedia

  • Located in the U.S. state of South Dakota. Designated by an act of Congress in 1980. Wikipedia

  • State park of South Dakota, USA, featuring a prominent hill on the Great Plains. The Plains Indians of the region considered Spirit Mound the home of dangerous spirits or little people; members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition climbed it on August 25, 1804. Wikipedia

  • Fort Abraham Lincoln

    North Dakota state park located 7 mi south of Mandan, North Dakota, United States. Home to the On-A-Slant Indian Village and reconstructed military buildings including the Custer House. Wikipedia

  • Wind Cave National Park

    American national park located 10 mi north of the town of Hot Springs in western South Dakota. The seventh national park and the first cave to be designated a national park anywhere in the world. Wikipedia

  • South Dakota state park in Lincoln County, South Dakota in the United States. 1063 acre and sits at an elevation of 1309 ft. Newton Hill State Park is open for year-round recreation including camping, swimming, fishing, hiking and boating. Wikipedia

  • Devils Tower

    Butte, possibly laccolithic, composed of igneous rock in the Bear Lodge Ranger District of the Black Hills, near Hulett and Sundance in Crook County, northeastern Wyoming, above the Belle Fourche River. It rises 1,267 feet (386 m) above the Belle Fourche River, standing 867 feet (265 m) from summit to base. Wikipedia

  • Located in the U.S. state of South Dakota. Designated by Congress in 1976, and is managed by the National Park Service. Wikipedia

  • Nature area in Lawrence County, South Dakota in the United States. Located in Spearfish Canyon, near Little Spearfish Creek, just before the creek joins Spearfish Creek, within the Black Hills National Forest. Wikipedia

  • Badlands National Park

    American national park located in southwestern South Dakota. The park protects 242756 acre of sharply eroded buttes and pinnacles, along with the largest undisturbed mixed grass prairie in the United States. Wikipedia

  • Buffalo Gap National Grassland

    National Grassland located primarily in southwestern South Dakota, United States. Also the second largest National Grassland, after Little Missouri National Grassland in North Dakota. Wikipedia

  • National Wildlife Refuge and nature center located on the shore of Devils Lake in Benson County, North Dakota, within the Spirit Lake Tribe reservation. Established by President Theodore Roosevelt. Wikipedia

  • Located in northeastern Wyoming in the Powder River Basin between the Big Horn Mountains and the Black Hills. Semi-arid. Wikipedia

  • Located primarily in the south central part of the U.S. state of Montana but also has separate sections in northwestern South Dakota. With a total area of 1188130 acre, the forest comprises over 10 separate sections. Wikipedia

  • Missouri National Recreational River

    National Recreational River located on the border between Nebraska and South Dakota. First applied in 1978 to a 59-mile section of the Missouri River between Gavins Point Dam and Ponca State Park. Wikipedia

  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park

    American national park comprising three geographically separated areas of badlands in western North Dakota. Named for U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. Wikipedia

  • Crow Flies High State Recreation Area

    Day-use state park in Mountrail County, North Dakota, west of the community of New Town. The site provides scenic views of Lake Sakakawea. Wikipedia

  • Mount Independence (Vermont)

    The site of extensive fortifications built during the American Revolutionary War by the American army to stop a British invasion. Construction began in July 1776, following the American defeat in Canada, and continued through the winter and spring of 1777. Wikipedia

  • Pompeys Pillar National Monument

    Rock formation located in south central Montana, United States. Previously designated a National Historic Landmark on July 25, 1965. Wikipedia

  • Berkeley Springs State Park

    Situated in the center of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, USA. Its historic mineral spa. Wikipedia

  • Located 5 mi south of Lewellen in Garden County, Nebraska. The park comprises two attractions located 2.5 mi from each other: Ash Hollow Cave and Windlass Hill. Wikipedia

  • Kings Gap Environmental Education and Training Center

    1454 acre Pennsylvania state park in Cooke, Dickinson and Penn Townships, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania acquired the land in 1973, from the C. H. Masland and Son Carpet Company. Wikipedia

  • African Burial Ground National Monument

    Monument at Duane Street and African Burial Ground Way in the Civic Center section of Lower Manhattan, New York City. Ted Weiss Federal Building at 290 Broadway. Wikipedia

  • Mount Jefferson State Natural Area

    1154 acre North Carolina state park in Ashe County, North Carolina in the United States. Located near Jefferson, North Carolina, it includes the peak of Mount Jefferson, named for Thomas Jefferson and his father Peter, who owned land nearby and surveyed the North Carolina-Virginia border in 1749. Wikipedia

  • The Boston African American National Historic Site, in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts's Beacon Hill neighborhood, interprets 15 pre-Civil War structures relating to the history of Boston's 19th-century African-American community. These include the 1806 African Meeting House, the oldest standing black church in the United States. Wikipedia

  • Karl E. Mundt National Wildlife Refuge

    Located mostly in the southern part of the U.S. state of South Dakota, with a small extension into northern Nebraska, and includes 1,085 acres The refuge is a part of the Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge Complex and is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Managed as an easement. Wikipedia

  • Morgan Morgan Monument

    1.05 acres roadside park in the unincorporated town of Bunker Hill in Berkeley County, West Virginia. Located along Winchester Avenue and Mill Creek. Wikipedia

  • Montana state park on the shores of Hauser Lake, which is formed by Hauser Dam. Elevation of 3835 ft, was built in the early 1900s and named after former governor Samuel Thomas Hauser. Wikipedia

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  • For example, there is an ongoing lichen growth problem on Mount Rushmore National Memorial that requires the employment of mountain-climbing conservators to clean the monument.Lichen-Wikipedia
  • Roosevelt was included with Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln at the Mount Rushmore Memorial, designed in 1927 with the approval of Republican President Calvin Coolidge.Theodore Roosevelt-Wikipedia
  • Many travel to view the attractions of the state, particularly those in the Black Hills region, such as historic Deadwood, Mount Rushmore, and the nearby state and national parks.South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • Mount Rushmore, a major tourist destination, is there.South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • Mount Rushmore National Memorial in the Black Hills was established in 1925.South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • In the 1920s, Jefferson, together with George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln, was chosen by sculptor Gutzon Borglum and approved by President Calvin Coolidge to be depicted in stone at the Mount Rushmore Memorial.Thomas Jefferson-Wikipedia

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