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Apr 5, 2021

[Answer] Which First Lady brought the cherry blossoms to Washington D.C. in 1909?

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...In 1909, Helen Taft joined conservationist Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore in working to bring sakura, Japanese cherry trees, to Washington. In 1910, the mayor of Tokyo presented the U.S. with 2,000 cherry trees, but they did not survive the journey. In 1912, they tried again, this time using specially designed freight cars to transport the trees from Seattle to Washington. Mrs. Taft was among those who planted the U.S. capital’s first cherry trees.




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Helen Herron Taft:


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