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By George D. Papantchev

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1878 The statue's head and shoulders are completed. They are displayed for first time at the Paris Universal Exposition. 1882 Édouard de Laboulaye dies. 1883 Emma Lazarus writes The New Colossus for an art and literary auction to raise funds for the statue's pedestal. 28 June 17 1885 The Statue of Liberty arrives on American soil. October 28 1886 The Statue of Liberty is unveiled by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and dedicated by President Grover Cleveland at a ceremony. 1903 Emma Lazarus’s sonnet The New Colossus is engraved on a plaque and placed on the inner wall of the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty.

They are displayed at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. 1878 The statue's head and shoulders are completed. They are displayed for first time at the Paris Universal Exposition. 1882 Édouard de Laboulaye dies. 1883 Emma Lazarus writes The New Colossus for an art and literary auction to raise funds for the statue's pedestal. 28 June 17 1885 The Statue of Liberty arrives on American soil. October 28 1886 The Statue of Liberty is unveiled by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and dedicated by President Grover Cleveland at a ceremony.

Independence 4, 7, 21 Fort Wood 9, 26 Laboulaye, Édouard 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW 1. What does the Statue of Liberty symbolize? 2. How has its symbolic meaning changed over time? 3. What symbols are incorporated into the statue’s design? 4. How did the people of France and America work together to build the statue? 5. Why was Bedloe’s Island chosen for the statue’s location? html 31 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Keli Sipperley is a multimedia journalist and children’s book author in Tampa, Florida.

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