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How Much Do You Really Know About The Fourth Of July?

Many Americans look forward to the fun that comes with celebrating the Fourth of July, but do you know what this holiday is really all about?!

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What are your thoughts on this subject?
230 Comments
Don Agey
7/11 63.6% I may not have all the numbers and letters in line, but I have my faith and patriotism in line. I am proud to be an American Citizen and I have faith that we will get through this, whatever comes our way
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Jun 20, 2020 6:27PM
djaiudijr
All I can state is this: I am blessed and fortunate to be an American Citizen. With everything that's been happening, and all the tumult in our country, I appreciate the fact that we'll prevail and get stronger and wiser from all these problems we have at the moment. Be safe all. 👍
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Jun 11, 2020 1:53AM
Juan Alfonso Galan Espinosa
tratare de aprender mas a am Mexican
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Jun 5, 2020 9:04PM
Veronics Moss
Now you know more a little about this holiday thank you I'm British.
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Jun 2, 2020 3:37PM
georgeloveridge
7 right of 11. Should've done better
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May 23, 2020 6:29PM
feliciaacarter
8/11 I'm a little rusty
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May 16, 2020 9:05PM
Lynda Walsh Vanderkooi
I got 6 right, but not bad I’m Canadian.
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May 14, 2020 2:53PM
Carol Bruyere
11 / 11 You know the true meaning behind Independence day! Now let's celebrate! All that and I am a Canadian, we were taught so very well in my school. I enjoyed school so much. The teachers made sure that our needs were met and teaching about different countries, geography stuff. I loved it.
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May 13, 2020 3:28PM
BONEDR50
100.0% correct! 11/11....04/28/2020
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Apr 28, 2020 8:21PM
LeeAnne Worre Risk
lxixwithu, Noticed that!
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Apr 25, 2020 9:57PM
Karen Richards
You are correct, john duckett,
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Apr 6, 2020 5:25PM
Mr.LaFaye
Mr.LaFaye, Maybe I should not have celebrated so soon😎 I did a typo on Tesla's name✌
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Mar 31, 2020 12:19PM
Mr.LaFaye
You got 100.0% correct! You know the true meaning behind Independence day! Now let's celebrate! Okay Lets Burn One Good Job Telsa
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Mar 31, 2020 12:17PM
Mr.LaFaye
john duckett, No, it is correct. It was not official until 1941. But I can see your point. Celebrations of the Fourth of July became more common as the years went on and in 1870, almost a hundred years after the Declaration was written, Congress first declared July 4 to be a national holiday as part of a bill to officially recognize several holidays, including Christmas. Further legislation about national holidays, including July 4, was passed in 1939 and 1941.
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Mar 31, 2020 12:15PM
Mr.LaFaye
kennydee, I can understand being English and all, Not wanting to know.
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Mar 31, 2020 12:12PM

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