Copper is a great electrical conductor, so it is used in all kinds of wires. It is a great heat conductor, so it may be used to transfer heat (aluminum is good too, and lighter). Copper is used in the statue of liberty because it is malleable and rust resistant. (See also Bronze)

Elements: Copper
The Difference Between Copper, Brass and Bronze
From Rock to Copper Metal
Smelting MALACHITE into a KNIFE
Ancient Stone vs. Copper Axe
Making copper the ancient way
Primitive Technology: Furnace and casting copper axe beautiful (ax, chisel)
Argh. Why Is Copper So Difficult? TKOR Tests Melting Copper In Our Homemade Foundry (Part 2)
How Many Pennies to Cast a Sword?

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