What's In A Name Week continues with the story of Brookeville, Maryland, and how on this day in 1814, this small town gained a prominent visitor - President James Madison - and a new nickname: U.S. Capital For A Day. Plus: the story of Glen Campbell, Pennsylvania, a town that, in case you were wondering, was not named for singing star Glen Campbell.
"Nothing more than a change of mind, my dear," he said, before slumping over.
This latest trip on my presidential gravesite quest was odd... because it wasn't odd at all.
The Library of Congress has three main buildings, each named after Founding Fathers. If you've been to one, it's probably the Thomas Jefferson Building, as that's the one where they give tours and have a Magna
Small president, tall obelisk.