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Liberty Bell: American Symbols and Their Meanings
Hal Marcovitz (au); Barry Moreno (in)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
On July 8, 1776, the bell in the Phila. State House began to ring, calling the citizens of the city to hear an important announcement. From Independence Hall, the Declaration of Independence was read. It would lead to the creation of the U.S. of A. The bell that rang in Phila. received its nickname, the Liberty Bell, in the 1830s, when protesters against slavery used the bellís image as a symbol of the freedom and equality that the Founding Founders promised to all Americans. Though the bell is cracked, millions of people visit the Liberty Bell in Phila. each year, which moved into a new home across from Independence Hall in 2001. This book explains the history and meaning of the Liberty Bell, which remains a worldwide symbol of freedom. Full-color illus.
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