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The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing

The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing - The New York Times After passing Governors Island, the Hermione sent a round of cannon blasts echoing off the buildings of Lower Manhattan Credit Richard Perry/The New York Times

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The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing

The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing - The New York Times

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The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing

The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing - The New York Times

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The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing

The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing - The New York Times

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[Photo] USS Franklin in New York Harbor, New York, United States, circa 28 Apr 1945; note Manhattan skyline in background

Damaged carrier USS Franklin in New York Harbor, New York, circa 28 Apr 1945; note Manhattan skyline in background. (US National Archives)

1886: The Statue of Liberty is unveiled. As a gift from France, President Grover Cleveland dedicated our lady liberty in New York Harbor. Pictured: A group of immigrants traveling aboard a ship celebrate as they catch their first glimpse of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in New York Harbor.