4 America’s Independence Day Eye-opening Questions Answered

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4 America’s independence day questions that are asked nearly every other year have been answered for you in this write-up. Knowing your history is good but getting the accurate answers is better.

1. In which year, did America gain independence?

Nearly every America knows America’s Independence Day is 4th July and that in the year 1776.  Technically, America will be celebrating her 244th birthday in 2020. That is more than two centuries ago.
In what way was America’s Independence declared.
The founders of the world’s most powerful country on earth declared independence which was adopted by the Continental Congress. At the time, there were 13 American colonies which had some connection with Britain. Thus the will, aspiration and motivation of the people were summarized into the declaration as they together sought to be free.

2. When is 4th of July?

4th July is not glued to a specific day of the week hence depending on the year, each 4th July will fall on one of the 7 days of the year once in every seven-year unless there is or are leap years.
2020SaturdayJuly 4, 2020**Friday, July 3, 2020 or Saturday, July 4, 2020
2021SundayJuly 4, 2021Monday, July 5, 2021
2022MondayJuly 4, 2022Monday, July 4, 2022
2023TuesdayJuly 4, 2023Tuesday, July 4, 2023
2024ThursdayJuly 4, 2024Thursday, July 4, 2024

3. Why do we celebrate 4th of July?

Americans celebrate 4th July to mark the day it declared independence and became a sovereign state.

4. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

Due to the significance of the declaration of Independence, it was drafted by a committee made up of five very prominent founders of America.

These gallant men included John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson of Virginia, Robert R. Livingston of New York, and Roger Sherman of Connecticut. They have registered their names in the history of the American people and can never be forgotten.

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