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What you see today looks nothing like a statue of Washington on a horse. indd 29 8/10/09 9:03 PM H H H H H H H H H H H H H THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H Washington’s Thoughts on a Monument Why didn’t the government build the statue with a horse? The first person who stopped it was Washington. As president, he knew the country had many expenses. He did not think the country should spend money on a statue while he was still alive. The monument is an obelisk. It is a thin, tall four-sided structure of stone that comes to a point at the top.
Each stone had a message written on it. ” Wales (which is part of Great Britain) sent a stone with a message in Welsh. ” As you can see, some of the messages did not have much to do with the monument. Two of the stones given for the Washington Monument: above, one from the country of Turkey; right, a stone from the country of Egypt. indd 35 8/10/09 9:03 PM H H H H H H H H H H H H H THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H While the Washington Monument stood unfinished during the Civil War, cattle that would be used to feed the army grazed on the land around it.
Ington in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. His new plan for a national monument was elaborate. It called for an obelisk surrounded by a ring of columns. Between the columns were spaces for 30 statues of American heroes. On top of some of the columns would be a platform with a statue of Washington. Mills’s design would cost more than $1 million. The society did not have that much money. It decided to start by building only the obelisk. Maybe later, when it had more money, it would add the columns and the statues.