The Story of the Statue of Liberty

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10 Questions - Developed by: Jay - Developed on: - 1.257 taken

  • 1
    Where does the statue of Liberty stand?
    In Washington D.C.
    In New York Harbor
    In France
    In New Jersey Harbor
  • 2
    What does Lady Liberty symbolize?
    Freedom in the New World
    Hope that soon they will be free
    Nothing, she is just a statue
    Liberty for the world
  • 3
    The statue was a present for who? Who gave it to them?
    For France, from America
    For America, from France
    For France, from New York
    For America, from Paris
  • 4
    Who gave Bartholdi advice on how to build the statue?
    Artists and engineers
    Nobody he worked on it all on his own
    Craftsmen and engineers
    Well known artists, engineers and craftsmen
  • 5
    How was money raised to pay for the statue?
    By asking wealthy people for donations.
    By holding a fundraiser in Madison Square.
    They didn't need to raise any money for the statue.
    Liberty's head was shown at the World's Fair and visitors were able to climb inside and look around.
  • 6
    Where was the statue built?
    In Madison Square
    In New Jersey
    In New York Harbor
    In Paris
  • 7
    How many crates containing the statue were there in all?
    214
    224
    142
    412
  • 8
    Why did people lose interest in the Statue of Liberty?
    Because Liberty was in a hundred pieces.
    Because the French were taking too long.
    Because everyone was already free.
    Because money had ran out so work on Bedloe's Island had stopped and the base wasn't finished.
  • 9
    Who unveiled Lady Liberty?
    Bartholdi
    All the people there at the celebration
    The president of the United States of America
    The president of France
  • 10
    What does the statue represent to the immigrants coming to begin new lives?
    Their freedom
    New American life
    Their hopes and dreams
    Their new life

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