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  • Tracy Clark

    These photos of Lady Liberty are actually in Paris during the late 1870s, early 1880s before she was shipped to New York (what if this was a huge death mask??)

  • Laura Russell

    06/17/1885 - The Statue of Liberty arrived in New York City aboard the French ship Isere. Unboxing the Statue of Liberty, 1885. When America got the statue from France, there wasn't money to put it up. So, Americans from all over the country responded to newspaper ads, and sent in money to put it up. One of my favorite tidbits of American history.

  • sarah jones

    The statue of libertys face, looks like elvis!!!!

  • Curious History

    The construction of the Statue of Liberty. The first face seen by millions of immigrants entering through Ellis Island in New York harbor.

  • Mocavo

    The face of the Statue of Liberty - she does not look like she's messing around! Can you caption the photo?

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In 1875, fabrication of the copper and steel Statue of Liberty Construction in Paris was begun in Paris France. Ten years later, in 1885, the 46 meters [151 feet 1 inch] high statue was completed. It weighed 225 tons upon completion. This same year, the completed statue was disassembled and shipped to New York.

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2.- Gente posando junto a la estatua de la libertad, mientras es desempaquetada. (1886)

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