Trivia: What do the Lincoln Memorial’s columns represent?
The correct answer is States
So why is this answer correct? : The Lincoln Memorial’s 36 columns were built to represent the Union states that existed at the time of President Abraham Lincoln’s death in 1865. The architect, Henry Bacon, used stones from Georgia, Tennessee, Colorado, Indiana, Alabama, and Massachusetts, to exemplify the importance of unity. The dates of each state’s admission into the Union are engraved in Roman numerals.