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Liberty Bell

by Edward Doyle

This book is a tribute to the famous Liberty Bell, which symbolizes America's struggle for independence. Edward Doyle wrote the "Liberty Bell poem" in 1918, during World War I. The poem became popular and was often recited in schools and public gatherings. In this book, Doyle not only pays homage to the iconic Liberty Bell but also celebrates the spirit of the American people and their quest for liberty. The poems in this collection are easy to understand and are suitable for readers of all ages. The book is a great resource for teachers who want to introduce their students to American history and the significance of the Liberty Bell. It can also be a good addition to anyone's collection of patriotic literature. "Liberty Bell poem by Edward Doyle" is a timeless classic that reminds us of the importance of freedom and the sacrifices made by our forefathers to secure it. The book is a testament to the resilience of the American spirit and serves as a source of inspiration for generations to come. So, if you want to learn about America's history and the significance of the Liberty Bell, this book is definitely worth reading.

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Language

English

Original Language

English

Published In

1918

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