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Fourth of July Facts

Fourth of July Date (Day of the Week Fourth of July Falls On):

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Fourth of July is always celebrated on July 4. It does not matter what day of the week July 4 falls on.

Fourth of July Names:
Independence Day, The 4th of July, July 4th

Federal Holiday Status
Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States. Learn more about federal holidays.

Reason We Celebrate Fourth of July:
To celebrate the independence of the United States when the Declaration of Independence was signed.

History of Fourth of July (U.S):

  • Fourth of July was first celebrated on July 8, 1776 after the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
  • Fourth of July was declared a legal holiday in 1941.

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Fourth of July Observance:

  • Attend a parade, family gathering, view fireworks.
  • Display the American Flag
  • Family and friends get together for a Picnic

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