Who made the Statue of Liberty in Paris, France?
France and the United States:
The historical trajectories of both France and the United States from the late eighteenth century to the early twentieth century are correlated by an emphasis on a transition from monarchial rule to republican ideals of liberty and equality. The American and French Revolutions were contemporaneous events that dismantled monarchial power in favor of republican governance; the American Civil War and French Revolution of the mid-nineteenth century were also contemporaneous.
Answer and Explanation:
There are two Statues of Liberty in Paris, France. One, sitting on the man-made island on the River Seine in Paris was given to France by the citizens...
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fromChapter 2 / Lesson 12
Explore Emma Lazarus' poem, ''The New Colossus.'' Read the poem, study the synopsis and analysis, and discover the meaning and significance of the Statue of Liberty.