The mother Cabrini statue is located in Battery Park City, just south of South Cove along the Battery Park City Esplanade. The sculpture depicts Cabrini with two children — a boy and a girl — sailing on a paper boat. The girl is a reflection of Cabrini when she was young. She is holding a book in one hand, which symbolizes her commitment to education, while her other hand holds firmly onto the boat, signifying her steadfastness in the face of adversities. The boy depicted holds onto his luggage to face what the future will bring and holds on the other hand a wind instrument invented in Italy, which represents the culture immigrants have brought to America.
Overlooks New York Harbor in a portion of Battery Park that offers views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the three figures are all facing the Statue of Liberty, a beacon of hope for immigrants as they entered New York Harbor to begin their new lives in America.
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