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America story of us episode 7: cities the statue of liberty was donated from ___________________________ to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the signing of the declaration of independence. what was the problem that new york city faced with the statue of liberty? how does joseph pulitzer solve the problem? in all there are a staggering ____________________________ donations. what other iconic symbol has the same designer as the statue of liberty (not in the u.s.)? it takes the statue of liberty ____________________ years to oxidize and turn green. the statue of liberty was a functioning lighthouse until what year? all immigrants pass by the statue of liberty as they make their way to the immigration process station at ______________________________ island. over ____________ million americans can trace their roots to someone who was processed at elis island. immigration trends: ______________________, _______________________, and ____________________ to big cities. __________________________ to the midwest; __________________________ to the farms. today there are more italians in ___________________________ than in rome. between 1880 and 1930 over ________________ million immigrants came to the united states. what expensive ingredient was needed for the cities to expand upward? what industry did andrew carnegie gain his wealth in? where did carnegie build the biggest steel plant in the world? because of the bessemer process the price of steel plummeted _____________%. this time period of extreme wealth by a fraction of americans was known as the ________________________________ age. what are some items that are produced using steel? what is meant by "walking the steel"? why are beginning workers on the skyscrapers called "snakes"? how much do workers on the skyscrapers make per day? ____________ out of 5 roughnecks either are disabled or die on the job. what invention allowed buildings to be built higher than 5 stories? what improvements are made to crime fighting and law enforcement during this era? what contributions can be traced to crime photographer jacob ritz? what are wearing's sanitation crew called? what did edison use to light his light bulbs? by 1902 there are _________________ million light bulbs in use. by 1900 nearly _____________ million women were working in u.s. cities. what happened at the triangle shirtwaist factory in 1911?

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1: The Statue of Liberty was donated from the people of France to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the signing of the declaration of independence.

2 - Answer: The Statue didn't arrive at New York as it is today. It was unassembled and it was composed of many pieces. The cost to assemble all of the pieces together would be immense and the NY city didn't have the money to do so.

3 - Answer: He launched a fundraiser campaign. He used his newspaper The World, the biggest one in New York City at the time, to spread the news about the fundraising.

4: In all, there are a staggering 121,000 donations.

5 - Answer: Gustave Eiffel, a French civil engineer and architect, designed both the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower.

6: It takes the Statue of Liberty twenty-five years to oxidize and turn green.

7 - Answer: Until 1902. In 1901 Theodore Roosevelt said that the Statue was useless as a lighthouse because the light was barely visible at night.

8: All immigrants pass by the Statue of Liberty as they make their way to the immigration process station at Ellis Island.

9: Over than a hundred million Americans can trace their roots to someone who was processed at Ellis Island.

10: Immigration trends: Irish, Russians, and Italians to big cities. German to the Midwest; Scandinavians to the farms.

11: Today there are more Italians in New York than in Rome.

12: Between 1880 and 1930 over twenty-four million immigrants came to the United States.

13 - Answer: The steel was the expensive ingredient that was needed for the cities to expand. In order to build skyscrapers, steel was needed. It shaped the landscape of big cities such as New York.

14 - Answer: Andrew Carnegie became rich because of the iron industry. He was Scotish, but his family moved to America for the same reason that million other families moved too: in search of a better life. He invested some money in iron and railroads.

15 - Answer: In Pittsburgh. The plant was larger than 80 football fields. He found the Bessemer process of producing steel and by applying it he could produce steel at a cost never seen before.

16: Because of the Bessemer process the price of steel plummeted 80%.

17: This time period of extreme wealth by a fraction of Americans was known as the Gilded Age.

18 - Answer: Many items are produced using steel. However, the items that most transformed New York landscape during the Gilded Age was skyscrapers, railroads and bridges. With the new construction techniques and the Industrial Revolution established for good, it was possible to go as higher, as far and as creative as one could.

19 - Answer: It refers to construction workers that worked during the Gilded Age. They walked along girders without harnesses or anything else to protect them. They would eat, work and take naps on those girders.

20 - Answer: They would be called "snakes" because working with them could be deadly. Experienced workers were used to working on hights, and because of that, they were more cautious. But inexperienced beginners could make a lot of deadly mistakes.

21 - Answer: They used to work for four dollars per day. That wage was twice that were paid for manual labour, because of that many would prefer risking their lives in order to make more money.

22: 2 out of 5 roughnecks either are disabled or die on the job.

23 - Answer: The elevator. Before that, it was impossible to build a building over 5 stores. How would the workers bring the material to the top? It would have to take too many stairs.

24 - Answer: The major improvements were photographing criminals and creating psychological profiles of them. Both techniques were invented by Detective Bureau Chief Thomas Byrnes.

25 - Answer: At least two contributions: using flash in photography and the implementation of "model tenements" in New York.

26 - Answer: It was called White Ducks. They were sanitation workers that used to clean the streets of New York in order to save lives that were threatened by the dirt.

27 - Answer: He used cardboard. He was in search of the perfect material. However, the perfect filament was the carbonized cardboard.

28: By 1902 there are eighteen million light bulbs in use.

29: By 1900 nearly four million women were working in U.S. cities.

30 - Answer: The deadliest industrial disaster of the history of the US happened in 1911. 146 workers died in a fire that made the factory collapse. 123 victims were women. The incident happened on March 25.

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