Independence Day History
Independence Day or as commonly known as the 4th of July commemorates Independence of the United States from Britain. This was officially declared via the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Americans take this day to celebrate all that is American and to remembering the great sacrifices of forefathers in fighting for independence. This date is most commonly associated with firework celebrations and barbeques.
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