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Independence Day is a holiday dedicated to the proclamation of the independence of the ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ United States of America from ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง Great Britain. It is celebrated annually in the United States on July 4th.

Interesting fact: An emoji ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ was added to the 1.0 emoji version in 2015. This emoji is displayed as a rectangular flag waving in the wind on almost all platforms. And only in the JoyPixels emoji set, it looks like a round emoji.

Holiday history:

The need for an Independence Decree arose as a result of the โ€œ๐Ÿช™ Currency Actโ€ passed by the British Parliament in 1764. It obliged to pay taxes in gold and silver and forbade the colonies to issue their own currency. Because of this forcible transfer of the colonies to gold and the inability to independently introduce money into circulation, 13 British colonies since 1775 โš”๏ธ Fought with the ๐Ÿ‘‘ King of England and the Parliament for independence.

In June 1776, Richard Henry Lee submitted a resolution of independence from Britain to the Congress. The ๐Ÿ“œ Declaration was provided by the Committee of Five, which was headed by Thomas Jefferson. The resolution of independence was approved on July 4.

Interesting facts:
  • A couple of days before the approval of the resolution, John Adams, in his letter to his wife Abigail, predicted the essence and scale of Independence Day. His predictions came true, he was only wrong with the date. Adams predicted that the holiday would be celebrated on July 2;
  • Declaration of Independence participants Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were presidents of the United States and both died on July 4, 1862, on the 50th anniversary of the resolution.

Tradition and Symbols:

Independence Day is an official holiday and a day off. Therefore, many people have picnics with ๐Ÿค Friends, ๐Ÿ‘ช Family dinners, outdoor activities, etc. Also, they hold parades in many cities.

Traditionally, giant ๐ŸŽ† Fireworks are launched on Independence Day, which is often accompanied by hymns, military and patriotic ๐ŸŽถ Songs. For example, such as God bless America, America, etc.

In addition to fireworks, on the 4th of July, a โ€œsalute to the unionโ€ is traditionally fired at noon. Also on this day, there are many โšพ Baseball games and sporting events.


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โ€” Independence Day
โ€” National Anthem
โ€” Independence Day Celebrations
โ€” BBQ
โ€” Watching baseball


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