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Exposition universelle de 1876

                   

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L'exposition universelle de 1876, officiellement Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine ou Centennial International Exhibition (littéralement « Exposition internationale du centenaire ») fut la première exposition universelle organisée aux États-Unis. Elle est organisée à Philadelphie à l'occasion du centenaire de la déclaration d'indépendance des États-Unis d'Amérique qui a été signée dans cette même ville le 4 juillet 1776. Le nom complet de l'exposition est International Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the Soil and Mine, ce qui signifie « Exposition internationale d'art, de confection, et des produits du sol et de la mine ». L'événement est organisé dans le Fairmount Park, le long de la Schuylkill River sur un total de 34 hectares[1].

L'exposition est globalement un succès étant donné que 9 789 392 personnes[2] l'ont visitée, c'est-à-dire 20 % de la population des États-Unis à l'époque (cependant, certains visiteurs sont venus plusieurs fois). Elle coute quelque 7 millions de dollars, soit 35 millions de francs de l'époque[2].

l'ingénieur Armand Moisant (qui s'était déja illustré dans la construction métallique du Moulin de la Chocolaterie Menier à Noisiel et du Bon Marché à Paris) construisit le Pavillon de la France, pavillon qui serra réédifié à Paris à l'exposition de 1878. C'est à l'occasion de cette exposition que la torche de la statue de la Liberté est pour la première fois présentée au public.

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  1. Robert Belot, Daniel Bermond, Bartholdi, Paris, Perrin, 2004, p.301
  2. a et b Robert Belot, Daniel Bermond, Bartholdi, Paris, Perrin, 2004, p.301
   
               

 

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