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Week of February 19, 2001

To Celebrate President's Day on February 19, this page is dedicated to George Washingon, Abraham Lincoln, and other Presidential Trivia.
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Quote of the Week

"And So, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." -- John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address on January 20, 1961. Kennedy was the 35th President.

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Picture of the Week

Abe relaxes with his friends, Robert, Galileo, and Wolfgang, in a Second Grade class in San Diego, Californnia. When the students return from recess, Abe and his friends will read their biographies with the students.

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If You Grew Up With George Washington

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Trivia Question

This Week's Trivia Question:

Question: Which four Presidents of the United States are carved into
Mount Rushmore?
Bonus Question: In what state is Mount Rushmore located?

Last Week's Trivia Question:
True or False. Abe Lincoln was born in Springfield, Illinois.
False. Abe Lincoln was born in a log cabin near Hodgenville, Kentucky, on February 12, 1809. Abe first moved to Illinois in 1830, and he moved to Springfield, Illinois, in 1837. Abe is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois.

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Did You Know…

Did you know teddy bears got their name from President Theodore Roosevelt?

Yes, in November, 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt went on a hunting trip in Mississippi. The other members of the hunting party tied a bear to a tree for President Roosevelt to shoot, but Roosevelt refused to shoot the helpless bear. The next day, political cartoonist Clifford Berryman, drew a cartoon showing President Roosevelt refusing to hurt the bear. From this event, stuffed teddy bears were made and called "Teddy's Bears." Read about the History of the Teddy Bear.

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Who's Your Hero?

George Washington was a terrific leader for this country. He defined the role of the President and set a great example for generations to come. I am very grateful that Washington was our first President."
-- Rhonda from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Read about the times in which George Washington lived.

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Your Question

Q: How did the Louisana Purchase change the history of the United States? (Pete C.)

A: In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Territory from France in the Louisiana Purchase, and the U.S. acquired 820,000 square acres for $15 million -- that's 3¢ per acre! The new territory stretched from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and doubled the size of the country. The Lewis and Clark Expedition explored this new land and found a route to the Pacific Ocean. Eventually, the United States acquired the territory west of the Rocky Mountains which allowed the country to stretch from "sea to shining sea" or stretch from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. Read More…

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