No, it just symbolizes liberty and freedom in America.
Yes it's christ with the fire around hes head and the broken shackle around hes ankle. justice christ amen
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Yes, Lady Liberty (Or known as The Statue of Liberty) is on the one million (1,000,000) Dollar Bill.
lady liberty is a statue made by the Americans which stands in America on liberty island. she was also holding a book and a torch which lit up the sky actually the lady liberty was made by the french and it was given to the united states as a gift, they had to ship the whole statue by pieces.
Lady Liberty but officially it is known as 'Liberty Enlightening the World'.
Jane Pittman was a real person. And yes she was the first black lady to drink from the whites water fountain.
She was not a real person, but a symbol of liberty which America stands for.
It's Miss Liberty but not a real person
Abraham Lincoln was the first real person to be depicted on the U.S. cent. Previous issues of the cent portrayed Lady Liberty, even the Indian Head cent was actually Lady Liberty wearing an Indian headdress.
The first US silver dollar coin was struck in 1794 the designer was Robert Scot. Lady Liberty is not a real person.
Miss Liberty, but she is not a real person.
It is a personification of Liberty it is not a historical person. However, the model of Liberty was Anna Willess Williams.
Draped Bust dollar coins were struck in 1797, but no "Lady Liberty", matter of fact, no US coin is called a "Lady Liberty". A real Draped Bust dollar of this date is $1,500.00 to $40,000.00+ depending on the type and condition of the coin.
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The statue is also know as "lady liberty" but no other name as such.
=== === It's also known as The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World, Lady Liberty, and the Mother of Exiles to incoming immigrants. P.S.- To the previous answerer to this question's question (who thinks they can beat that?) ; the answer is, I JUST DID. (:
The fire on Lady Liberty is made out of copper.
Because the Liberty is a female name and therefore the statue had to be built looking as a lady.