U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Washington, D.C.
Pamela Scott talked about her book Capital Engineers: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Development of Washington, D.C., 1790-2004, in which she looks at the role of the Army Corps of Engineers in the design of Washington, D.C., between 1790 and 2004, including the Smithsonian Castle, the U.S. Capitol, and the Aqueduct Bridge that once crossed the Potomac River. This event was co-hosted by the Smithsonian Associates and the Reva and David Logan Foundation. close
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Rebecca Roberts Program Coordinator Smithsonian Associates
Pamela Scott Architectural Historian
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