Fourth of July is a federal holiday in the USA that celebrates patriotism, Independence, and liberty. People celebrate the Fourth of July or Independence Day to pay regard to our national Supre heroes who played a vital role in attaining freedom after a long struggle and fight. On the Fourth of July, people feel patriotic and proud to be a part of the great land of America. People celebrate Independence day with great passion and excitement all over the nation and show great respect and honor for the country and its people.
America was divided into 13 colonies, and Britishers used to rule over it. The Natives of America have to face a lot of problems because they don’t have any political or economical rights, so they have to spend a life like an animal. They imposed many taxes, so people were sick of it. They started to protest against it, and this little protest turned into a revolutionary war. This American fought against The British ruler and finally gained freedom in the year 1776.
So We and You celebrate the auspicious day to celebrate the birthday of America and enjoy the freedom and unity of The United States Of America.
Happy 4th Of July Facts
People celebrate it every year by greeting happy Fourth Of July to family, friends, and relatives. There are lots of historical and cultural events that take place on this day like parties, picnics, singing and dancing to patriotic songs, flag hosting, speeches, etc. People feel great love and attraction for their motherland and its people. This Year, We are also going to celebrate National Independence Day on Sunday, 4th of July 2021.
- America declared Independence day On the 2nd of July, but they celebrate their Independence Day On the 4th of July.
- America Celebrate its First Independence Day on The Fourth of July 1776, in Wahington DC.
- Americans eat about 150 million Hot dogs on the festival of 4th of July.
- America declared its Independence and proclaimed that it will be not a part of Great Britain’s rule on the 4th of July 1776.
But did you know that only two people, Charles Thompson and John Hancock signed the Independence Declaration?
- People believe that there is something written behind the Declaration in invisible ink.
- Independence Day was declared an unpaid federal holiday in the year 1870 but In the year 1938, the American congress changed It to a paid federal holiday.
- America was divided into 13 colonies before the declaration of Independence. The 13 colonies were united on the declaration day, That why it’s known as the United States of America.
- The two people who signed the Independence declaration became the president of The USA. The first was John Adamas and the second was Thomas Jefferson.
- There are thirteen stars on the National Flag of the USA, that represent the 13 colonies.
- The first fourth of July celebration took place on July 8, 1776, in Philadelphia.
- The first Fourth of July celebration in the White House took place in 1801.
- There is a custom of ringing the liberty bell thirteen-time on the Fourth of July in the honor of 13 colonies.