The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence, located in
Philadelphia, ... The bell first cracked when rung after its arrival in Philadelphia,
and was ... on July 8, 1776, and while...
Sep 12, 2012 ... On July 8, 1776, the bell was rung to celebrate the first public reading of the ... So
when did the Liberty Bell get its famous crack? ... legends claims that the bell
cracked during the funeral of Chief Justice John Marshall in 1835, ...
When the bell arrived in Philadelphia in 1752, it cracked on its first test strike. ...
one contends that the bell cracked during the 1835 funeral of Chief Justice John
Marshall, though it may not be historically true—Philly ... July 4, 2013 - 9:30am ...
The bell cracked again on July 8, 1835, while being rung at the funeral of John
Marshall, the fourth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and one of the signers of
For more than a century, the Liberty Bell has captured Americans' affections and
... people believe the hoary legend that it cracked when tolling on July 8, 1835, ...
The Liberty Bell is a treasured symbol of the early days of American
independence. It was rung on July 8, 1776 with other church bells to announce
the adoption of the ... It cracked when it was rung shortly after its arrival in
America. ... year on the anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of
Independence until 1835.
There is no agreed upon origin or date for the crack in the Liberty Bell. There are
two largely apocryphal stories detailing how the bell came to be marred.
Jul 4, 1998 ... Each year, thousands of Americans and foreigners visit the Liberty Bell, ... The
bell cracked July 8, 1835, as it tolled to mark the death of Chief ...
The first Province bell is believed to have been brought to Pennsylvania by
William ... It was then that that the Liberty Bell cracked, not on July 4, 1776 as is
The original Liberty Bell was cast in 1752, in London, England. ... It cracked the
first time it was rung and was then recast by local artisans, twice for the ... it is
believed that the Liberty Bell was rung on July 8, 1776, to mark the reading of the