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The Freedom Timeline

offers stories on topics such as diplomacy and liberty. The timeline spans 1777 to 1948 and includes stories about a Quaker woman who, in 1777, learned of a sneak attack at Valley Forge and warned General Washington's troops; how Harriet Tubman liberated 300 slaves through the Underground Railroad; and U.S. efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the people of war-torn Berlin in 1948 by dropping food from airplanes. (The White House)

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Located in New York Harbor, the 152-foot Statue of Liberty was a gift of international friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States.

Statue of Liberty


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