Sheryl's Holiday Site: Independence Day - July 4th
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Independence Day - July 4th
"We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal."
Thomas Jefferson

"I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death."
Patrick Henry

"I have never had a feeling politically that did not spring from the sentiments embodied in the Declaration of Independence"
Abraham Lincoln

Independence Hall
Liberty Bell
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Betsy Ross Flag

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America's Freedom Documents

Declaration of Independence
History of the Declaration of Independence
The Constitution
The Bill of Rights

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People Important in 1776

Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson - Autobiography
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin - Autobiography
John Adams
Founding Fathers Who Signed the Declaration of Independence
Patrick Henry
Thomas Paine
George Washington
Betsy Ross
Alexander Hamilton

Biography's Founding Fathers set

Biography's Founding Fathers set

A great gift for any history lover, this set includes profiles of Washington, Jefferson and Franklin.

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Independence Hall / Liberty Bell

Independence National Historic Park
Birthplace of a Nation
Historic District around Independence Hall
The Liberty Bell Home Page

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Historical Information

Virtual Marching Tour of the American Revolution
Flags of the United States
Archiving Early America
Mr. Lincoln and the Founders

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Here are some tips to make sure your tribute is a respectful one:

Display the flag only between sunrise and sunset on buildings and stationary flagstaffs. The flag may be displayed for twenty-four hours if illuminated in darkness.

Do not display the flag in inclement weather.

Whether displaying the flag vertically or horizontally, make sure the canton of stars is visible on the upper left-hand side.

Do not let the flag touch the ground.

An unusable flag that is damaged and worn and can no longer be displayed should be destroyed in a dignified way by burning.

When not on display, the flag should be respectfully folded into a triangle, symbolizing the tricorn hats worn by colonial soldiers in the Revolutionary War.


Fireworks - a Cyber version
Fireworks Photos
Fireworks Displays Around the United States
Fireworks Safety

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National Independence Day Parade

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4th of July Tribute Screensaver
American The Beautiful Screensaver
Uncle Sam Screensaver
Screen Themes Wallpaper - American Landmarks

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In Association

Clip Art

Liberty Image Gallery

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Greeting Cards

Patriotic Postcards
123 Greetings 4th of July Cards
4th of July Greeting Cards
Blue Mountain Arts Greeting Cards

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Patriotic Music - Midi format

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