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Early Fourth of July Celebrations and Traditions
To mark their king or queen, colonists in pre-Revolutionary America would light bonfires and make speeches in honor of the monarch. Colonial Americans performed fake funerals for King George III in 1776 as a means to celebrate the victory of liberty over monarchy in America. To mark the end of the monarchy’s grip on the United States, these funerals were held.
Before the first public readings of the Declaration of Independence, there was music, bonfires, parades, cannon and musket fire, and other public celebrations. The first July 4th celebration in Philadelphia was held in the midst of the American Civil War.
To commemorate the U.S.’s declaration of independence, George Washington gave his troops more rum in 1778. On July 4, 1781, Massachusetts became the first state to recognize the holiday as a national one. A good number of months had passed before the Battle of Yorktown ever took place.
Independence Day was still celebrated in the United States in the years after the end of the Revolutionary War. An chance arose for new political leaders to speak directly to citizens and inspire cooperation. There were a variety of celebrations on Independence Day in 1820s America, including the Democratic-Republican and Federalist parties.