How did Devil's Tower National Monument get its name?

Answer The Devil's Tower National Monument is a volcanic rock formation that stands 1,267 feet above the Belle Fourche River in Wyoming. It was given its name by Colonel Richard Dodge in the 1870s.Colonel... Read More »

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How to Enjoy White Sands National Monument (US)?

White Sands National Monument (simply referred to as White Sands) is a national monument in New Mexico, U.S.A. 15 miles (25 kilometers) southwest of Alamogordo. The area rests within the Tularosa B... Read More »

In what year was the Statue of Liberty made a national monument?

The Statue of Liberty was declared a national monument in 1924. The statue was dedicated in 1886 and was cared for by the Lighthouse Board and War Department before being taken under the wing of th... Read More »

What is the most popular us monument?

shudras (also named harijans)The shudras were the Fourth Caste. The Harijans treated as Untouchables were the so called panchamas or the Fifth Caste. Since they were outside the caste hierachy they... Read More »

Where is Monument Valley, Arizona?

Monument Valley, Arizona, is located in southern Utah and northern Arizona. It is less than 100 miles away from the Four Corners Monument (the area where Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado com... Read More »