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Finding Your July 4th Celebrations – Historical Corridor

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We begin in Boston

Notes:

  • Boston is the cradle of the American revolution – that eventually led to the Declaration of Independence:
    INFO: Boston in the American Revolution
  • There were a number of a historical factors – but the key complaint was taxation without representation.
  • This led to skirmishes and tighter sanctions that lit the spark of freedom:
    INFO: Seige of Boston
  • Boston is one of the greatest places to visit to relive history and enjoy the present July 4th celebration:
    INFO: 4th of July in Boston
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Leaving Boston for New York

Notes:

  • New York had a minor roll leading up to the declaration – but was central in several battle skirmishes that controlled the Hudson valley.
  • The best place to view pre-revolutionary war history is downtown in the financial district:
    INFO: lower Manhattan historical sights
  • It is also the best place to view the spectacular firework show:
    INFO: things to do in New York July 4th
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Philidelphia – place of Indepedence

Notes:

  • Just down from New York on I-95 is the city of Brotherly Love – Philidelphia.
  • Philidelphia is the place where the Continential Congress gathered to write, debate and pass the Declaration of Independence:
    INFO: Independence Hall National Momument
  • The Declaration was read and presented to the public on July 4, 1776 – the birth of the United States:
    INFO: reading of the Declaration of Indepedence
  • And don’t forget – spend some time enjoying the 4th celebrations in the city where it all began:
    INFO: philly 4th celebrations
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South of Philidelphia is Washington DC

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Moving further south to Richmond/Wiliamsburg

Notes:

  • Our last stop on our July 4th historical corridor – Richmond and Williamsburg, VA.
  • Home of the Virginia delegation that included Richard Henry Lee, Patrick Henry, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and others.
  • It is also home to the famous line from Patrick Henry, “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death”, renacted weekly at St. John’s Church:
    INFO: 240th Anniversary of Patrick Henry’s Liberty or Death Speech | visit St. John’s Church
  • And you can actually experience Revelutionary times by traveling 45 miles east of Richmond to Colonial Williamburg:
    INFO: colonial williamsbury
  • Happy 4th! And we hope your travels are safe and fun as you vist the July 4th historical corridor.
  • What comments can you share?

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