Hum_100_4-1_Short_Answer_Intent_for_the_Statue_of_Liberty_Madeline_Davis

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Madeline Davis Southern New Hampshire University Module 4-1 Short Answer 1. Having read the articles presented in this module, reflect on how their discussion of intent and the changes to it affect your interpretation or understanding of the Statue of Liberty. Being from New York, we learned that many people who immigrated here saw Lady Liberty as a sign of freedom. This has become what she stands for to New York and the United States. Bertholdis intent has been reconsidered over the centuries. His intent was to suggest the joint effort to the common interest of liberty. Many ideas of Lady Liberty were presented to many countries. Lady Liberty would not stand until the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The tablet is engraved with the roman numerals for July 4th, 1776. 2. Think about the artifact that you are studying for Project 1. Pose one question about the intent of the creator of the artifact. In one to two paragraphs, explain one approach that you may take to find the answer to that question.

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