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Philip Reid saves the Statue of Freedom

Steven Sellers Lapham

Philip Reid saves the Statue of Freedom

by Steven Sellers Lapham

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Published by Sleeping Bear Press in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • African Americans,
  • Foundry workers,
  • Anecdotes

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSteven Sellers Lapham & Eugene Walton ; illustrated by R. Gregory Christie
    ContributionsWalton, Eugene, Christie, R. Gregory, 1971- ill
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[33] p.
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26921057M
    ISBN 101585368199
    ISBN 109781585368198
    LC Control Number2013002586
    OCLC/WorldCa826323858

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A slave and talented artisan, Philip Reid solves the problem of how to dismantle the Statue of Freedom so that it can be cast in bronze and set atop our nation's Capitol dome.

This book is part of the Read for Success collection. To learn more about Read for Success, click here. Philip Reid Saves the Statue of Freedom by Steven Lapham and Eugene Walton Philip Reid was an enslaved African American who volunteered to work with the delicate plaster mold needed to create Freedom, the statue that stands atop the capital building in Washington, D.C.

As a child, Reid learned to work with clay and wood from an older slave on a plantation in South Carolina. Sold to Clark Mills, a sculptor, Reid mastered the skills required to create bronze statues. When Mills was commissioned to cast the plaster mold of the Statue of Freedom inhe took Reid with : Sleeping Bear Press.

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Gregory Christie will be the bigger draw for them. Philip Reid may be the single best known enslaved person associated with the Capitol’s construction history. Born aroundReid was an enslaved laborer in the foundry run by the self-taught sculptor Clark Mills, who cast the Statue of Freedom.

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Philip Reid Saves The Statue of Freedom Eugene Walton Steven Sellers Lapham (author), R Gregory Christie (illustrator) Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press ISBN: Sign in to Read Description. On December 2,a bronze statue was placed atop the dome of the United States Capitol.

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Philip Reid was an enslaved African American who volunteered to work with the delicate plaster mold needed to create Freedom, the statue that stands atop the capital building in Washington, D.C. As a child, Reid learned to work with clay and wood from an older slave on a plantation in South Carolina.

Sold to Clark Mills, a sculptor, Reid mastered the skills required to create bronze statues. When Mills was commissioned to cast the plaster mold of the Statue of Freedom inhe took Reid with him.

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