Fourth of July Facts

July 04, 2012

Top 10 Fourth of July Facts
-There are 31 patriotic places nationwide with “liberty” in their name.
-There are more than 81 million Americans who will take part in a barbecue this year, mostly on July 4th. 
-Americans will spend $92 million on chips and $60.3 million on dip, and will spend over $600 million on fireworks. 
-Three notable presidents have died on July 4th.  John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on the same day, July 4h 1826.  James Monroe died five years later. 
-One out of four Americans don’t know the country from which America won its independence. 
-July 4th is the biggest beer-selling holiday of the year.
-The Star Spangled Banner was originally a poem written by Francis Scott Key.  It wasnt declared Americas National Anthem until 1931.
-Americas oldest Fourth of July celebration is in Bristol, Road Island.  
-The first Fourth of July party held in the White House was in 1801 with President Thomas Jefferson. 
-Fourth of July was not declared a national holiday until the Address of President Franklin D Roosevelt in 1941.

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