Have you ever heard of The Fort Stanwix National Bank Of Rome? For over 32 years, between 1865 -1896, Rome printed $1,063,740 dollars worth of national currency. Today, that currency is extremely rare and valuable.
Arlington National Cemetery is well known for the Tomb of the Unknown Solider. A similar monument, containing the unknown remains of soldiers of the Revolutionary War sits quietly in downtown Rome, New York.
That's right. This week is a time to celebrate our national parks as part of National Park Week from April 20-28, 2013. Here's something that I learned while researching National Park Week--there are 401 national parks, according to the National Park Service website. That's pretty amazing. And, after doing a little bit more research, we have a national park right in our own backyard. Do you know where it is? I'll give you a hint: it's in Rome.
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