Mount Rushmore

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Mount Rushmore is a famous mountain and memorial in the Black Hills near Keystone, South Dakota in the United States. It has the heads of four of the country's presidents carved on it: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. The native Dakota peoples call the mountain ‘Six Grandfathers’. The idea of the carving was by Doane Robinson in 1923, and was sculpted by Gutzon Borglum from 1925 to 1941. Sometimes referred to as the ‘Shrine of Democracy’, Mount Rushmore attracts more than two million visitors annually.

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English Spelling[edit]

Mount Rushmore is a well-known barrow and thinkstead in the Black Hills near Keystone, South Dakota in the Oned States. It has the heads of four of the land's foresitters grafted on it: Yorris Washington, Thoom Godfrithson, Thedder Rosefield, and Aberham Lincoln. The inlandish Dakota folk call the barrow ‘Six Greatfathers’. The thought of the carving was by Doane Robinson in 1923, and was grafted by Gutzon Borglum from 1925 to 1941. Sometimes said as the ‘Shrine of Folkdom’, Mount Rushmore draws more than two thousand-thousand yests yearly.

Anglish Spelling[edit]

Munt Ruscmore is a ƿell-knoƿn barroƿ and þinkstead in þe Black Hills near Kegstone, Suðe Dakota in þe Oned States. It has þe heads of four of þe land's foresitters grafted on it: Georrig Ƿascingtun, Þoom Godfriðsun, Þedder Rosefeeld, and Aberham Lincoln. The inlandisc Dakota folk call þe barroƿ ‘Six Greatfaðers’. Þe þougt of þe grafting ƿas bi Doane Robinsun in 1923, and ƿas grafted bi Gutzon Borglum from 1925 to 1941. Sometimes sagd as þe ‘Scrine of Folkdom’, Munt Ruscmore draƿs more þan tƿo þusand-þusand gests gerelig.