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Mount Rushmore before construction, circa Rushmorea prominent New York lawyer, during an expedition in After long negotiations involving a Congressional delegation and President Calvin Coolidgethe project received Congressional approval. The carving started in and ended in with no fatalities.
Following a series of military campaigns from tothe United States asserted control over the area, a claim that is still disputed on the basis of the Treaty of Fort Laramie see section " Controversy " below.
InRobinson persuaded sculptor Gutzon Borglum to travel to the Black Hills region to ensure the carving could be accomplished. Borglum had been involved in sculpting the Confederate Memorial Carvinga massive bas-relief memorial to Confederate leaders on Stone Mountain in Georgiabut was in disagreement with the officials there.
However, Borglum realized that the eroded Needles were too thin to support sculpting. He chose Mount Rushmore, a grander location, partly because it faced southeast and enjoyed maximum exposure to the sun.
Borglum said upon seeing Mount Rushmore, "America will march along that skyline.
These presidents were selected by Borglum because of their role in preserving the Republic and expanding its territory. Del Bianco emigrated to the U.
Julian Spotts helped with the project by improving its infrastructure. For example, he had the tram upgraded so it could reach the top of Mount Rushmore for the ease of workers. By July 4,Washington's face had been completed and was dedicated.
The face of Thomas Jefferson was dedicated inand the face of Abraham Lincoln was dedicated on September 17, Ina bill was introduced in Congress to add the head of civil-rights leader Susan B.
Anthonybut a rider was passed on an appropriations bill requiring federal funds be used to finish only those heads that had already been started at that time. Borglum had planned to make a secret room behind the hairline of Abraham Lincoln which was supposed to be a doorway to a chamber originally intended to hold some of America's most treasured documents but was left unfinished due to his death.
His son, Lincoln Borglumcontinued the project. Originally, it was planned that the figures would be carved from head to waist,  but insufficient funding forced the carving to end.
Borglum had also planned a massive panel in the shape of the Louisiana Purchase commemorating in eight-foot-tall gilded letters the Declaration of IndependenceU.
A word essay giving the history of the United States by Nebraska student William Andrew Burkett was selected as the college-age group winner in a competition, and that essay was placed on the Entablature on a bronze plate in Bush officially dedicated Mount Rushmore.
The panels include the text of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, biographies of the four presidents and Borglum, and the history of the U. The chamber was created as the entrance-way to a planned "Hall of Records"; the vault was installed in Maintenance of the memorial requires mountain climbers to monitor and seal cracks annually.
Due to budget constraints, the memorial is not regularly cleaned to remove lichens. Birds including the turkey vulturebald eaglehawkand meadowlark fly around Mount Rushmore, occasionally making nesting spots in the ledges of the mountain.
Smaller birds, including songbirds, nuthatchesand woodpeckersinhabit the surrounding pine forests.
Grizzly Bear Brook and Starling Basin Brook, the two streams in the memorial, support fish such as the longnose dace and the brook trout. Those living near Mount Rushmore are descendants of a tribe that Canada gifted to Custer State Park inwhich later escaped.
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