The titanic started out at Southampton and only sailed for 5 days until it sank
On various online sites, the 3-cent liberty postcards can be bought for about one dollar.
This how you get the statue of liberty model:
You have to go at the very top of Mount Everest past the climbers. There, you
will find a statue with a torch in it's hands. Put it in your item dock and give it
to the person it belongs to.
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She wrote The New Colossus: This quoted section of the poem is inscribed on the book held by the Statue of Liberty. "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"There are also many more.
Emma Lazarus' poem The New Colossus was engraved on the plinth of the Statue of Liberty in 1903 (about twenty years after it was written).
The US has always had mixed feelings about the huge number of immigrants it attracts. On the one hand, substantial immigration was the only realistic way to first develop the new nation, and then supply skilled labour to the new metropolis as the US became an industrial superpower. On the other hand, xenophobia has been endemic in American culture from the earliest days. (To be fair: the US is not alone - or even unusual - in perceiving immigration as a problem).
The New York Harbour has always been a centre for immigration to the US, Emma Lazarus' poem puts a very positive spin on the immigration issue - managing to make an open-door policy sound as morally upright as it is economically wise.
It was a message that the US needed to hear, delivered just at a time when America needed to hear it. (The poem was engraved in 1903, by 1918 the US would be struggling to absorb the waves of central European refugees displaced by the Russian Revolution).
It was the right poem at the right time.
She wears open-toe sandals.
And, the Statue of Liberty has broken shackles and chains laying near her feet, to remind us that freedom requires the actual action of breaking from bondage, and that on July 4th 1776, she had just recently broken free, but was already shining a light for all others to do likewise.
The Statue of Liberty\'s epithet is "Liberty Enlightening the World." This phrase was inscribed on a plaque at the Statue\'s base in 1903. The phrase is commonly abbreviated to its initialsLEW.
The phrase was chosen by the French sculptor Auguste Bartholdi and is intended to reflect the statue\'s symbolism of freedom and democracy. It is meant to represent the idea that liberty is a light that guides nations towards a brighter future.
The statue's official name is "Liberty Enlightening the World." She was modeled after the Roman goddess of liberty, hence the "liberty" part, and her torch represents the act of enlightening the world.
The statue was a joint project between the U.S. and the French—America handled the pedestal, and France designed the statue. It was supposed to be a gift for the centennial anniversary of America's independence in 1876, but it wasn't dedicated until October 28, 1886, due to numerous fundraising delays on both sides of the Atlantic.
Liberty means "freedom".
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The Statue of Liberty is 46.5 meters tall.
The statue measures 35 feet in diameter at the waist.
Copper plates on a steel armature structure.
There are alot of torches or at least 5+
Probably hundreds in the gift shop.
The country of liberty is the United States of America.
Coin values depend very much on the condition of the coin and the mintmark. On the Morgan dollar, issued in the United States between 1878 and 1904 then again in 1921, the mintmark can be found on the reverse (eagle) side at the bottom.
For an 1881 Philadelphia mint coin (shows no mintmark), in average circulated condition the coin is worth roughly $15 wholesale. In average uncirculated (also called mint state, or MS) condition, it may be worth $40. In gem uncirculated condition (MS-65) it is hard to find, so may have a value exceeding $600. In virtually perfect condition it may be worth more than $5000. (All prices as of September 2007 -- prices vary by demand level.)
Other mintmarks found on 1881 Morgan dollars are S (San Francisco), O (New Orleans), and CC (Carson City). The values of S and O mint 1881 dollars are about the same as the Philadelphia mint values in circulated to average uncirculated condition. O mint dollars jump even higher in gem uncirculated and better condition, while the S mint is more common, and thus less valuable, in gem grades. The CC version is much more valuable in lower grades, due to its rarity overall, but it does not gain as much in higher grades. A circulated CC coin of this date may bring $300, while in gem uncirculated state it could be worth $750 or so.
There are other factors that influence coin values, including toning (color) and surface reflectivity. In all cases try to avoid contact with the surfaces, and never attempt to clean or polish your coins, as this will almost certainly reduce its value.
Yes you can see the Statue of Liberty and many other things.
no the ferry is closed
Because the statue of liberty was a gift from France to America
The Statue of Liberty doesn't hold a book; it's a tablet, bearing the date (in roman numerals) of 1776, intended to represent the date of the Declaration of Independence.
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Frederic Auguste Bartholdi sculpted the statue and obtained a US patent for its structure. Maurice Koechlin - chief engineer of Gustave Eiffel's engineering company and designer of the Eiffel Tower - engineered the internal structure. Eugene Violiet-le-Duc was responsible for the choice of copper in the statue's construction and adoption of the repousse technique, where a malleable metal is hammered on the reverse side.
The statue is made of a sheathing of pure copper, hung on a framework of steel (originally puddled iron) with the exception of the flame of the torch, which is coated in gold leaf (originally made of copper and later altered to hold glass panes). It stands atop a rectangular stonework pedestal with a foundation in the shape of an irregular eleven-pointed star. The statue is 151 ft (46 m) tall, but with the pedestal and foundation, it is 305 ft (93 m) tall.