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9-11-2011 10 Years Later
Last Updated: Sep 19th, 2011 - 19:28:10

 


Lady LIberty
By National 911 Memorial
Sep 8, 2011, 6:59am

According to the National 911 Memorial. org, the following fiberglass replica of the Statue of Liberty replica stood honor guard outside the firehouse on Eighth Avenue and West 48th Street in Manhattan, NY. The firehouse was Engine 54/Ladder 4/Battalion 9, and they had lost 15 of their men at the World Trade Center on 9/11. No one knows where it came from, but the Lady Liberty became a sort of neighborhood mascot, and was soon covered with all manner of mementos for those who died on 9-11 and well wishes for those who mourned them. Click on the Explore link below to learn more about this amazing 9-11 memorial known as Lady Liberty. Then download the lesson plan to explore more about this fateful day in U.S. History.

Originating URL: http://ladyliberty.national911memorial.org/

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