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This is Earth!

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Declan Garrison

on 25 November 2013

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Transcript of This is Earth!

This is Earth!
Are the Americas
These
This is the United Stated of America
Lolo, Mt
This is New York, the State
this is New York, the City
this is Liberty Island
this is the Statue of Liberty
this is North America
The Statue of Liberty,





Became a national Monument in 1924
This is how you get from,
to, Liberty Island!
The statue stands 151 feet 1 inch (46.05 meters) high from its feet to the top of the torch.
151 feet 1 inch
The Statue of Liberty was dedicated to United States in 1886 as a memorial to the alliance between France and the Americans who fought for independence in the Revolutionary War.
Boat Tours around the island and other islands by New York.

Museum on the Island.

Sightseeing from the top of the Tower.

Things to Do There
The Statue of Liberty stands on Liberty Island, a 12-acre (5-hectare) island in Upper New York Bay.
In 1875, the French-American Union was established to raise funds and oversee the project. Laboulaye became chairman of the organization in France.
The French people donated about $400,000 for the construction of the statue. In 1877, the American Committee was organized in the United States to raise funds needed to build the pedestal.
Average Temperature, 39 through 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

Can get as hot as 100 degrees Fahrenheit in the statue.

Credits
http://www.worldbookonline.com/student/article?id=ar530840&st=statue+of+liberty
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