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Statue of Liberty-Photo Tour. The Statue's Gift of Liberty ... Statue A representation of a creature or individual that is made out of earth, metal, ...
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What do every one of these things have in like manner? Think, Pair, Share

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Symbols of America Communities Have History Second Grade

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Uncle Sam Wilson lived in Massachusetts. He was a tall, hairy man who wore striped jeans and a tall cap secured with stars and stripes. Amid the War of 1812 he gave barrels of meat to our armed force.

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The Bald Eagle The falcon is an image of force, picked after the Revolutionary War. It is an incredible and capable feathered creature, pretty much as our new country was awesome and capable. In 1782 the hawk was picked as our national flying creature.

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The United States Flag Our banner stands for some things. The seven red and six white stripes stand for the first thirteen states . The 50 stars stand for 50 states. Red stands for valor , white stands for goodness and blue stands for equity .

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Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson drafted the record between June 11 and June 28, 1776. Its last draft was dated July 4, 1776. The affirmation clarified why the 13 states were breaking ties with England.

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The Liberty Bell The Liberty Bell rang out on July 8, 1776 to report the main perusing of the Declaration of Independence. It is an image of opportunity . It split two times-once in 1752 and again in 1835.

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The Statue of Liberty The statue was a blessing from France. It is an image of opportunity and of companionship amongst France and the United States Sculptor Frederick Auguste Bartholdi made the statue.

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Symbols of America The End

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What do every one of these things have in like manner?

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Would you get a kick out of the chance to take in more? Click once on a symbol. Visit the sites. Set up a blurb, composed report or Power Point presentation, utilizing the data you find.

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Uncle Sam Uncle Sam\'s Place Click 1 time to about-face!

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The Bald Eagle Eagles Online Bald Eagle-The USA\'s National Symbol Click 1 time to backtrack!

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The United States Flag The American Flag Page Flag of the United States of America Click 1 time to about-face!

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Declaration of Independence Declaration of Independence Surfnet\'s Declaration of Independence Ernie\'s Declaration of Independence Click 1 time to retreat!

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Liberty Bell Liberty Bell Encyclopedia.com-Liberty Bell Liberty Bell-Are We There Yet? Click 1 time to do a reversal!

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Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty-Photo Tour The Gift of the Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty: A National Monument Click 1 time to do a reversal!

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Glossary Breaking Ties - To never again be companions. States – A gathering of individuals who go live in another land however stay faithful to the nation they originated from. Archive – An official paper. Last Draft – The duplicate of a paper that is prepared to be distributed. Flexibility – The privilege to be free. Kinship – Being companions with another person. Goodness – Being great.

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Glossary Justice – Being reasonable. Treating everybody the same way. Massachusetts – One of fifty expresses that is a piece of the United States of America. Country – A gathering of individuals who live in the same land and have the same government. Progressive War – The war battled between the settlements and England for the privileges of the general population living in the provinces. It made the United States of America. It started in 1775 and finished in 1781.

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Glossary Sculptor – A craftsman who makes 3D representations out of strong substance. This could be mud, metal, wood or stone. Statue – A representation of a creature or individual that is made out of dirt, metal, wood, or stone by a craftsman. Image – A photo that speaks to something else.

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Glossary Valor – Being daring at an exceptionally troublesome time. War of 1812 – This war was battled between the United States and England. It endured from 1812 until 1815.

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