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Download and read online What Is the Statue of Liberty in PDF and EPUB Presents information about the Statue of Liberty, including what it represents, where it is located, and where it came from.
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Download and read online The Statue of Liberty in PDF and EPUB Presents a behind-the-scenes look at this iconic landmark, recounts the fascinating history of the statue and explore her impact on multiple generations.
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Download and read online Statue of Liberty in PDF and EPUB This book is part of an important new series designed to bring America's historic monuments to life for your students. Topics were chosen not only for their historical importance, but also to honor the people of many cultures who have built our nation. Included in this series are the contributions made by Mexican Americans, Native Americans, African Americans and Americans of European descent.
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Download and read online The Statue of Liberty in PDF and EPUB Discusses the history of the Statue of Liberty, its designer, its construction, its location, and its importance as a symbol of the United States.
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