June 21, 2007
The story of Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi
In 1791 and 1792, Andrew Ellicott and his surveying team placed 40 boundary stones around the perimeter of the District of Columbia, one at each mile of the original diamond shape…
Brookline ♥ U on Google Earth
Artist Kim Dingle asked teen-aged school kids in Las Vegas to draw their country in the shape they thought it had. The result is The United Shapes of America
The True Story of the Statue of Liberty, at Neatorama
/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Stories about America Here
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The US drawings look very similar to my drawing of cows.
Posted by: Shaun McLane at Jun 22, 2007 4:32:29 AM
They do sort of look like they're all about to go galloping off.
That one on the right looks like a rhinoceros.
Posted by: emily at Jun 22, 2007 6:32:12 AM