Myth of the Monuments: Statue of Liberty

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By: Josh . Flaig. . P.S. read the titles and no links. Quiz. http://www.quia.com/quiz/4031846.html. Right info or Truth. . The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the U.S.A. The Statue is a symbol that America has liberty, no slavery or monarchy. It was designed by . ID: 585040 Download Presentation

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Myth of the Monuments: Statue of Liberty

By: Josh

Flaig

P.S. read the titles and no links

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Quiz

http://www.quia.com/quiz/4031846.html

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Right info or Truth

The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the U.S.A. The Statue is a symbol that America has liberty, no slavery or monarchy. It was designed by Gustave Eiffel and sculpted by Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi. It was a lighthouse in it’s earlier years. The statue was made in France and sent over piece by piece. The pedestal was made by America though. Liberty Island is located in New Jersey state border but it is New York’s island.

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Wrong info or Myth

The Statue of Liberty was a going to be a gift to many other Countries before U.S.A. It was going to be an African lady or a Roman goddess. It was designed by a random 21 year old. It is a light house. The statue was made in America but the pedestal was crafted in France. Liberty Island was always in the New York state border.

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From Here on Out

The rest is all truth!!!

Not myth at all!!!

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Gift to America or not

The statue was a gift for the U.S.ARevealed on July 4th of 1876 or 100th anniversary of the U.S.AIt did not go to other countries France made sure we would get it

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Stands for

Liberty (it’s in the name)No slaveryAntimonarchy-no kingsNot a lighthouse but was one until 1901Not An African or Roman goddess because going to America

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Design

Gustave Eiffel designed the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of LibertyThe statue was sculpted Frederic-Auguste BartholdiA random 21 year old didn’t design itIn fact if you looked at the infrastructure of the statue you would see it looks like the tower

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Statue:France:Pedestal:U.S.A

The title is an analogy meaning France made the statue and the U.S.A made the pedestalIt was certainly not the other way around because then Gustave would not have designed it and Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi would not have sculpted it

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Liberty Island

Liberty island is actually located in New Jersey and New York

New

Jersey by state border

New

York by acceptance meaning New Jersey lets them have it

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Quiz

http://www.quia.com/quiz/4031846.html

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Reason for all this

In the begging notice how you thought you knew what happened, but after taking the quiz

you realize you didn’t know

. Now after reading and

finding out the

truth vs. the myth

you take the quiz and now

you see

how oblivious you were before

you read the

information and discovered the difference between truth and myth.

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