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Because of the grandeur of the monuments, the highly-recognizable historic buildings, and the Mall area, Washington, D.C., to some, appears to be a theme park in which the past is neatly preserved, where America's political and governmental past is on display for all citizens, and where families can visit to gain a better understanding of their country. ...
Because of the grandeur of the monuments, the highly-recognizable historic buildings, and the Mall area, Washington, D.C., to some, appears to be a theme park in which the past is neatly preserved, where America's political and governmental past is on display for all citizens, and where families can visit to gain a better understanding of their country. Washington, however, is more than a repository of Senate debates and Supreme Court decisions, more than an august national capital, and certainly far more than a theme park. It is a living, growing city, and for many decades it was a rough, dirty, and noisy place. In On This Spot: Pinpointing the Past in Washington, D.C, Fourth Edition., two highly-regarded, veteran authors, Doug Evelyn and Paul Dickson offer readers a rare look at the complete Washington in a very different kind of guidebook. Filled with maps, historical profiles of hundreds of sites, and over 140 illustrations, On This Spot, offers the reader an understanding of both Washington D.C., the nation s capital, and Washington, an American city. Covering such diverse elements as the Lincoln Memorial, the Blue Jug, the Gin Rickey, Federal Triangle, the Cairo Hotel, Griffith Stadium, the Library of Congress, and thousands of others, the authors offer the reader a unique and full understanding of the complete Washington. Not only a first-rate guidebook, but a history lover's delight--fun for all.
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