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Can you name the the important historical events of July 4th (worldwide)?
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The Second Continental Congress adopts this document.
(1776) The United States is born.
Lewis Carroll writes this novel.
(1865) Inspired by the stories he told Alice Liddell.
The French offer this monument to the United States.
(1886) Due to their previous, joint desire for independence.
This country finally obtains independence from the US.
(1946) After 381 years of consecutive rule.
These 2 presidents died on the same day of the same year.
(1826) They were the second and third Presidents.
NASA's Pathfinder space probe lands on this planet.
(1997) NASA lost contact within 2 months.
The 49th and 50th stars are added onto the American flag due to the addition of these states.
(1959/1960) Each star was added one year apart
This athlete declared he was the 'luckiest man on the face of the earth' during his retirement speech at Yankee Stadium.
(1939) After being diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, later Gehrig's disease
The US military academy opens at this location.
(1802) Located in New York
This country tests short, medium, and long range missles over the Sea of Japan.
(2006) 4 short, 1 medium, 1 long range
Russian Bolsheviks kill this royal family.
(1918) According to the Julian Calender
This New England city is established.
(1636) Rhode Island
The 1st edition of this Walt Whitman poem book is printed.
(1855) Revised several times afterward
This city is surrendered by the Confederate army to the Union general Ulysses S. Grant.
(1863) Just hours after Confederate general Robert E. Lee lost in Gettysburg
This 20th century US president was born.
(1872) 30th president
This country has a rock concert jointly contributed by the US to promote peace.
(1987) The Russians hated the rock music, but enjoyed the folk music when played.
The cornerstone of the Freedom Tower is placed on this site/former location.
(2004) Also known as the One World Trade Center, it will be completed in 2014
This playwright of 'The Odd Couple' is born.
(1927) He won 4 oscars for screenplay, including an Odd Couple movie.
This natural disaster killed 380 people in the northeastern US.
(1911) The temperature peaked at 106 degrees F on this day.
Samuel Francis Smith writes this American patriotic song.
(1831) Written for July 4th festivities in Boston, MA.
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