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Reference photo for STEAM lesson incorporating engineering and history: Make YOUR Statue of Liberty (Statue of Liberty in 1876-philadephia)

c. 1971-1976: Vietnam Veterans Against the War occupy the Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty turns 125

Statue of Liberty

Construction of the Statue of Liberty-These pictures were taken by Albert Fernique and are now in the collection of the New York Public

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Old photos of the Statue of Liberty standing in Paris were extraordinarily surreal

Old photo of the Statue of Liberty in Paris.

The Statue of Liberty looms over Paris surrounded by scaffolding as workers complete the final stages of construction. 1884.

This must be the best photo summing up Nazi Germany that I've ever seen. It was taken by Richard Peter in an air-raid shelter in 1946. I found the photo while looking for material from his book "Dresden - Eine Kamera klagt an". After the destruction of Dresden, Peter had taken tons of photos of the city, the most famous one being a statue overlooking the ruins of the city. The book was published in the early 1950s in East Germany

Isadora Duncan: born in 1877 in San Francisco, raised by a single mother. Dropped out of school at age 10. She took ballet but hated it and quit. She created a new kind of dance, and is now known as one of the pioneers of modern dance, inspired by the art and philosophy of Ancient Greece, the music of classical composers, and the natural world. In her adult life, she became a champion for the women's rights movement.

Born in Basle, Switzerland, in 1884, Gabrielle Fuller was a corset-trained Half Woman, who first joined the circus at the Paris Exposition in 1900. She possessed no legs and according to a 1929 London Life article, she possessed no stumps whatsoever. Her torso finished just below the hip gracefully. Her figure was impressive and she accentuated her physical qualities and natural beauty with opulent Victorian garb and striking jewelry. She attracted men in droves and married at least three…

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Statue of Liberty in Paris, c.1886

Statue of Liberty in Paris, c.1886...I have never seen lady liberty anywhere but NY, this is strange for me but really very cool at the same time

The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1887. Ready for shipment to the United States.