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Philip was already earning their respect. Finally, all of the bolts were removed. All that was needed was a bit more upward force. “This time, pull two arms’ lengths,” Philip said to the workmen. “Heave . . ho! Heave . . ” The men handling the ropes pulled. Suddenly the top section—head, neck, and shoulders—lifted cleanly away. The onlookers gasped. Philip peered inside the plaster model. Looking down, he could see the next row of bolts. One by one, he loosened and removed those bolts. Section by section, he worked.

Government when slavery ended in the District of Columbia in 1862. This document provides the best description we have today of Philip Reid. Mills was required to briefly describe each of his slaves and list his or her “value” in dollars. Philip Reid is cited as the most valuable person on the list, “worth” $1,500. However, the government limited payment to $300 for each person.

S. C. And what about the plaster model of Freedom? Thomas Crawford, who designed the statue, created the model in Rome, Italy. C. in 1859. They were used in Clark Mills’s foundry in the casting of the bronze statue. Today the plaster model of Freedom stands in the Capitol Visitor Center where visitors can view it up close. Authors’ Note To create the story of Philip Reid as a child, we used historical evidence of what life was like for many enslaved Americans at that time. For example, we do not know the name of Philip’s mother or who taught him crafts.

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