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Individuals Who Have Lain in State in U.S Capitol

These 34 individuals who have been honored by having been lain in state in the Capitol Rotunda or National Statuary Hall. How many can you name?
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September 25, 2020
Supreme Court Justice
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
July 27–28, 2020
Representative
John R. Lewis
October 24, 2019
Representative
Elijah Cummings
December 3–5, 2018
President
George H.W. Bush
August 31, 2018
Senator
John McCain
December 20, 2012
Senator
Daniel K. Inouye
December 30, 2006–January 2, 2007
President
Gerald R. Ford
June 9–11, 2004
President
Ronald Reagan
June 1–2, 1989
Senator
Claude Denson Pepper
May 25–28, 1984
U.S. Soldier
Unknown Soldier of the Vietnam Conflict
January 14–15, 1978
Vice President
Hubert H. Humphrey
January 24–25, 1973
President
Lyndon Baines Johnson
May 3–4, 1972
FBI Director
J. Edgar Hoover
September 9–10, 1969
Senator
Everett McKinley Dirksen
March 30–31, 1969
President
Dwight D. Eisenhower
October 23–25, 1964
President
Herbert Clark Hoover
April 8–9, 1964
General
Douglas MacArthur
November 24–25, 1963
President
John F. Kennedy
May 28–30, 1958
U.S. Soldiers
Unknown Soldiers of World War II and the Korean War
August 2–3, 1953
Senator
Robert A. Taft
July 18-19, 1948
General
John Joseph Pershing
March 11, 1930
President
William Howard Taft
August 8, 1923
President
Warren G. Harding
November 9–11, 1921
U.S. Soldier
Unknown Soldier of World War I
January 20, 1917
Admiral
George Dewey
April 28, 1909
Architect
Pierre Charles L'Enfant
September 17, 1901
President
William McKinley, Jr.
December 30–31, 1886
Senator
John A. Logan
September 21–23, 1881
President
James Abram Garfield
November 25–26, 1875
Vice President
Henry Wilson
March 13, 1874
Senator
Charles Sumner
August 13–14, 1868
Representative
Thaddeus Stevens
April 19–21, 1865
President
Abraham Lincoln
July 1, 1852
Senator
Henry Clay
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Interesting fact. Pierre L"Enfant died in 1825. In 1909 his remains were exhumed, brought to Washington where he was lain in state before being buried in Arlington National Cemetery.