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text The Statue of Liberty wasn't made to welcome immigrants : exposing myths about U.S. landmarks

Summary
American landmarks sometimes evoke more than their original intent. For example, the Statue of Liberty was a gift symbolizing the friendship between France and the United States, but it became a welcoming monument to millions of immigrants heading... Read more
Contents

Busting myths -- Lady Liberty -- A mammoth monument -- Eyes in the back of his head -- So close, yet so far -- A deadly dam? -- A colossal carving -- A big paint job -- An extra hand? -- Over the Arizona -- An immense arch -- Bean-free -- More landmarks, more myths.

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32 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm.
Publisher
Gareth Stevens Publishing 2020

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TADL-WOOD J 974.7 SHE in Juvenile Nonfiction Available

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