Celebrating Fourth of July is a yearly spirited American tradition. Also known as Independence Day, July 4, 1776, is the day the Declaration of Independence was signed after all 13 colonies came together in one strong voice saying America will be united and free.
The birth of America must have been a joyous time, following years of turmoil with Britan, for those living through this historic experience.
Today, 241 years later, celebrations to commemorate the fourth range far and wide as fireworks blaze in the sky, parades are marched up and down our community streets and parties and gatherings abounded.
It would be all too easy to forget that the freedom Americans enjoy has not been free.
American freedom has been won through the hardships of many historic wars
and battles, costing many lives or loss of limb.
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