“Did you know that the Lincoln memorial is constructed with materials from six different states: Massachusetts, Colorado, Indiana, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia?” stated our guide. We had finally reached one of the most famous memorials in the world, a testament to the man who saved the United States from being ripped apart. Completed in 1922, the designer, Henry Bacon, wanted to show that in a country almost torn apart could come together to create something amazing (and also show the states being reunified).
As you attempt to recreate a scene from Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonians is interrupted by your tablet suddenly playing a loud version of Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA. Scrambling to silence your tablet, you notice the following clue: