Independence Day

232 years ago, the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress. Although it was not completed until August, the date of July 4, 1776 is the celebrated anniversary of our split from Britain’s rule.
Parades, fireworks, patriotic speeches, cannon and gunfire celebrations as well as family picnics and outings are traditional ways that Americans remember their freedom.

History in Vogue wishes you a safe, happy 4th of July

History in Vogue wishes you a safe, happy 4th of July


Our founding principle s Made in the USA, so we happily share our patriotic stripes.
Links to our American history events:
Jamestown, VA
Lewis & Clark Maps
American Motorcycle

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