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DIRECTIONS: Crisscross the country to find the states in which the ten famous places below can be found. Draw a line from each place name in the first column to its state or states in the second column.

TIP! Use library books to find the state in which each famous place is located. You might also find information by typing the name of the place into the Visit Your Parks search engine at

1. Adams National Historic Site  
a. California
2. Edison National Historic Site
b. Georgia
3. George Washington Birthplace National Monument
c. Indiana
4. Great Smoky Mountains National Park  
d. Massachusetts
5. Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial 
e. New Jersey
6. Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site
f. New Mexico
7. Rocky Mountain National Park
g. New York
8. Redwood National and State Parks 
h. Colorado
9. Statue of Liberty National Monument
i. North Carolina, Tennessee
10. White Sands National Monument
j. Virginia

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