What Does 4th Of July Represent For Americans, Brief History?

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The American dream

Many people think American celebrate Fourth of July because it was the day they received their Independence from England. No that is not the case. On July 4, 1776, thirteen English colonies declared themselves independence from England and the British Crown. They formed a new nation called the United States of America. The day that the decision was made by the thirteen original colonies , July 4th, has since been reserved as the day American people celebrate this historic event.

The thirteen original colonies were:
Delaware,
Pennsylvania,
New Jersey,
Georgia,
Connecticut,
Massachusetts Bay,
Maryland,
South Carolina,
New Hampshire,
Virginia,
New York,
North Carolina,
Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

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