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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The U.S. flag represents our country. The thirteen stripes represent the thirteen original colonies, the fifty stars represent the fifty current states. Every time a state joins the U.S.A. star is added to the flag. The Great Seal is shown on the dollar bill. One side has an eagle with an olive branch in one talon, which represents peace, and in the the other are arrows, which represent war. On the other side is a pyramid with the eye of God above it and the date 1776 in Roman numerals (MDCCLXXVI). 1776 is the date that the Declaration of Independence was signed. National American Symbols The Star Spangled Banner is our country's national anthem. Our anthem was written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812. The Star Spangled Banner was adopted as our national anthem on March 3, 1931. Before it was officially decided, the Union Army sang The Star Spangled Banner during the Civil War. The Liberty Bell was first introduced into the U.S. in 1751 by the British. The ring of the bell was a horrible clanking sound due to the large crack in the bell. John Pass and John Stow volunteered to fix the bell by melting the bell and remaking it. Unfortunately the bell still had it's horrible sound, so instead Stow and Pass remade it with tin hoping it would give the bell a better sound. The tin helped the sound but it was still irritating. During the Revolutionary War the was hidden in the basement in a church so the British could not melt it. Once, on George Washington's Birthday, while the bell was ringing it developed a huge crack that could not be fixed. Ever since, the bell was put in a museum and is only rung on Fourth of July and special occasions. The Emancipation Proclamation is a famous speech by 16th president Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln wrote the speech on September 22, 1862, on January 1, 1863 the proclamation was issued. The Emancipation Proclamation is about slaves joining the Union army and Navy.
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