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Washington Monument Built on Perseverance

In 1836, the fledgling Washington National Monument Society announced they had chosen Robert Mills' plans for the soon-to-be-constructed monument to the nation's first president. Mills had slaved for months over the elaborate drawings, and he had dared to dream big—a granite obelisk soaring 555 feet high. It would be no less than the tallest ...

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