July 4 holidays in 2022
National Barbecued Spareribs Day
National Caesar Salad Day
July 4 2021 holidays
July 4 2023 holidays
Historical Events on July 4
The Second Continental Congress adopts the Declaration of Independence during the American Revolution.
Kaskasia is captured by American forces led by George Clark during the American Revolutionary War.
The U.S Military Academy at West Point, New York opens its doors on this date.
The Louisiana Purchase is announced to the U.S public.
Construction on the Erie Canal starts in Rome, New York.
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both die on the 50
anniversary of the adoption of the U.S Declaration of Independence.
In New York State, slavery is officially abolished.
“My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” is written by Samuel Francis Smith for the Boston 4
of July festivities.
The Iowa Territory is officially organized.
Lewis Carroll tells Alice Lidell a story. This story would grown into Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
At the end of the Siege of Vicksburg, Ulysses S. Grant takes Vicksburg, Mississippi.
The Confederate Army is drove back at the Battle of Helena in Arkansas.
After losing the Battle of Gettysburg, the Army of Northern Virginia pulls from the battlefield. This concludes the invasion of the North by the South.
In the city of San Diego in California, the first double-decked street car goes into service.
Sanford B. Dole proclaims the Republic of Hawaii.
Polish writers, artists and scientists are murdered by the Nazis in the Ukrainian city of Lviv.
The Great Choral Synagogue in Riga is burned to the ground during World War II. Three hundred Jews were locked in the basement at the time.
Famous Birthdays on July 4
American lawyer and 30
President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge is born in
American General Ulysses S. Grant III is born in
American sculptor, engineer and cartoonist, Rube Goldberg is born in
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