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The Liberty Bell

by Annie Furniss


The liberty Bell
The chunky bell in independence hall
By your favorite chicken wing.........
ANNIE FURNISS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TABLE OF CONTENTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Authors Note- Page 3

Why Is The Liberty Bell So important?- Pages 4-5

How did the Liberty Bell crack?- Pages 6-7

What is the Liberty Bell made out of?- Pages 8-9

Why was the Liberty Bell made?- Pages 10-11

What is inscribed on the Liberty bell- Pages 12-13

Fun Facts- Pages 14-15

Bibliography- Pages 16-17

Authors note
The Liberty Bell slays! (Almost as much as chicken wings) it was important and famous for a whole bunch of different reasons. Prepare to forget all that you’ve learned about the liberty bell, and to fill your mind with new facts! So what are you waiting for?!?!?! START READING OR ELSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Why is The liberty bell so important?

I don't know?!?!? Why is it SO  important!!?!?!?
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Ummmm...... What are you lookin at me for!?!?
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The liberty bell sure is cool!
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The Liberty Bell is a symbol of freedom and equality. It has been used over the years for many different reasons. For example, on July 84th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read to the people and the Liberty Bell rang as a sign of freedom. 
It was not until the 1830’s that the Liberty Bell became known as the Liberty Bell. Before this time, it was called the Pennsylvania State Bell. Abolitionists, people who were against slavery, gave it the name Liberty Bell. They named it this because they were trying to abolish slavery, and they wanted slaves to have liberty. Therefore it was called the liberty bell. They referred to the inscription on the bell which was from the Bible, “Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof" to support their cause of freedom and equality. 
After the Civil War, the bell was used a symbol to repair the relationship between the north and the south. The bell traveled across the country and stopped in many small towns and large cities as a reminder to stay united after the war.

Later on in the late 1800s and early 1900s, women who were fighting for the right to vote also used the Liberty Bell as a symbol of equality. They called it the Justice Bell. 
It is a special bell because it has been around for almost 275 years. It made it through the Revolutionary War, and was put back in the Pennsylvania State House and rung on every fourth of July and state occasion for 90 years (until it cracked again). For example, it was Rung when the French peace treaty was signed;  and it also rang when the Constitution was approved this is the law of the United States. Today it is tapped gently for special occasions. Millions of people come from all over to visit the bell in philadelphia today. It is one of the most important symbols of freedom and equality.

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How did the liberty bell crack?
I have literally no clue!
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I bet she will tell us!
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