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    Uncle Sam
    Author: Monroe, Tyler
    ISBN: 9781476530864
    Summary: Uncle Sam's hat and white beard remind people of the United States. Read about this important national symbol.

    The Liberty Bell: Introducing Primary Sources
    Author: Orr, Tamra B
    ISBN: 9781491482247
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: The Liberty Bell has been a symbol of basic American rights since before the Revolutionary War. It has remained a treasured symbol, prominently used during the height of the civil rights movement and as a key American symbol of liberty. Using primary...

    The Pledge of Allegiance: Introducing Primary Sources
    Author: Clay, Kathryn
    ISBN: 9781491482278
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: The Pledge of Allegiance was first written more than two hundred years ago to celebrate Columbus Day. Since then, it has grown into a treasured American symbol. Using primary sources, young readers hear the story behind the Pledge of Allegiance from ...

    The Star-Spangled Banner: Introducing Primary Sources
    Author: Orr, Tamra B
    ISBN: 9781491482261
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: Francis Scott Key wrote the poem that became our country's national anthem in celebration of America's surprise victory over Britain in the War of 1812. It was sung for more than a century before it became our country's official national anthem in 19...

    The Statue of Liberty: Introducing Primary Sources
    Author: Orr, Tamra B
    ISBN: 9781491482230
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: The French came up with the idea of The Statue of Liberty but, in the end, it was paid for by both the Americans and the French. Its torch and the Emma Lazarus poem saying "give us your tired, your poor..." have become symbolic of liberty everwhere. ...

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