Liberty State Park
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Jersey City, NJ 07305
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Statue of Liberty

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By Benjamin Levine and Isabelle F. Story
National Park Service, 1961

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Statue of Liberty National Monument, compared with other areas in the National Park System, is unique in its symbolism. Although its conception was a direct result of the Franco-American Alliance during the American Revolution, it does not, like other areas, commemorate an event or a particular person. These areas included in the National Park System which do commemorate phases of the American Revolution are: Saratoga National Historical Park, N. Y.; Morristown National Historical Park, N. J.; Independence National Historical Park, Pa.; Colonial National Historical Park, Va.; Moores Creek National Military Park, N. C.; Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, N. C.; Kings Mountain National Military Park, S. C.; and Cowpens National Battlefield Site, S. C.

Two other areas, administered by the National Park Service, both in New York City, are not far from Statue of Liberty National MonumentFederal Hall National Memorial, located at Wall and Nassau Streets, and Castle Clinton National Monument, in Battery Park.

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