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'Standing Lincoln' returns home
June 28, 2016 - The first sculpture Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) completed at his studio in Cornish, New Hampshire was a statue of Abraham Lincoln for Chicago's Lincoln Park. Abraham Lincoln: The Man is also famously known as Standing Lincoln. On Sunday, a full size bronze cast of the sculpture was unveiled at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, a tribute to the lasting popularity of the revered sixteenth president and the sculptor's talent.
 
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patina: noun;a finish or surface applied over bronze or another metal; Find it in blue in today's top story!
 
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'Standing Lincoln' returns home'Standing Lincoln' returns home
June 28, 2016 - The first sculpture Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) completed at his studio in Cornish, New Hampshire was a statue of Abraham Lincoln for Chicago's Lincoln Park. Abraham Lincoln: The Man is also famously known as Standing Lincoln. On Sunday, a full size bronze cast of the sculpture was unveiled at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, a tribute to the lasting popularity of the revered sixteenth president and the sculptor's talent.
 
Weekly VOCAB

Week of June 27

civilian: noun; a person who is not a member of the military or police force;
Hot air has an upside

magnetosphere: Select Part of speech...; NASA: the area of space around a planet that is controlled by the planet's magnetic field;
NASA: looking for data, not trouble at Jupiter

midst: noun; middle;
Summer sun, courtesy of nuclear fusion

ritual: noun; a practice performed over and over again, part of cultural and/or family traditions;
Celebrate salsa science!

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1861: William Mayo, American surgeon and one of the Mayo brothers who established the Mayo Foundation, was born in Minnesota.

1852: Library of Congress: Statesman Henry Clay, known as "the Great Compromiser" for his feats of legislative reconciliation between the North and the South, died at the age of seventy-five at the Old National Hotel in Washington, D.C. Born on a farm in Virginia on April 12, 1777, Clay practiced law in Virginia and Kentucky before embarking on a political career. He represented Kentucky both in the Senate and in the House of Representatives and was a guiding force in American political life. He served as Speaker of the House of Representatives (as a Democratic Republican) from 1811-20 and again from 1823-24. He advocated U.S. entry into the War of 1812 with such nationalistic fervor that he earned himself the sobriquet "War Hawk." Clay also played a role in the negotiation of that war's peace as one of five commissioners who drafted the Treaty of Ghent. 

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1903 'Flying Machine' patent lost - and found1903 'Flying Machine' patent lost - and found
April 4, 2016 - Orville and Wilbur Wright's 1903 patent for their “Flying Machine” was last seen in 1979 until it was recently found.

 

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3. How did Orville and Wilbur prepare themselves for the first successful flight in their Flying Machine? In other words, why was it not a surprise they succeeded?  


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