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Can You Name This National Historic Wall Street Landmark?

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Welcome to TheStreet Trivia, a new video feature that gets your mind guessing!

Today's trivia focuses on a historic building that sits on a spot that was pivotal in the history of the United States.

Here are a few hints...

  • First Congress met here and wrote the Bill of Rights
  • George Washington was inaugurated here as the country's first President on April 30, 1789
  • In 1862, the building became the U.S. Sub-Treasury

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