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People/Characters: Frederic Auguste Bartholdi

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Lady with a Past by Elizabeth Mitchell
You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Worker on the Statue of Liberty!: A Monument You’d Rather Not Build by John Malam

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Recommendations

  1. You Wouldn't Want to Work on the Brooklyn Bridge!: An Enormous Project That Seemed Impossible by Thomas Ratliff (2009)
  2. The Statue of Liberty (True Books: American History) by Elaine Landau (2008)
  3. Liberty by Lynn Curlee (2000)
  4. The Story of the Statue of Liberty: With Movable Illustrations in Three Dimensions by Ib Pennick (1986)
  5. You Wouldn't Want to Explore With Lewis and Clark!: An Epic Journey You'd Rather Not Make by Jacqueline Morley (2013)
  6. The Brooklyn Bridge: The Story of the World's Most Famous Bridge and the Remarkable Family that Built It by Elizabeth Mann (1996)
  7. You Wouldn't Want to Be a Salem Witch!: Bizarre Accusations You'd Rather Not Face by Jim Pipe (2009)
  8. How They Built the Statue of Liberty by Mary J. Shapiro (1985)
  9. Clay, Wood and Wire by Harvey Weiss (1956)
  10. The Statue of Liberty (Welcome Books: American Symbols) by Lloyd G. Douglas (2003)
  11. The Story of the Statue of Liberty by Natalie Miller (1965)
  12. Lady Liberty: A Biography by Doreen Rappaport (2008)
  13. Red, White, Blue, and Uncle Who?: The Stories Behind Some of America's Patriotic Symbols by Teresa Bateman (2001)
  14. The Statue of Liberty Encyclopedia by Barry Moreno (2000)
  15. In New York by Marc Brown (2014)

Character description

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (2 August 1834, Colmar, Haut-Rhin – 4 October 1904) was a French sculptor who is best known for designing the Statue of Liberty.

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi in Wikipedia

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