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A Capitol Fourth
America's Independence Day celebration broadcast live from the nation's capitol, features performances by award winning recording artists and fireworks display over the Washington Monument. Lists information about the history and meaning of the Fourth of July and patriotic reflections.
http://www.pbs.org/capitolfourth/ | [A Capitol Fourth Details]

Boston 4 Celebrations
Provides information about Boston's 4th of July celebration held on the Esplanade along the Charles River, includes event, concert and fireworks display information and FAQs.
http://www.july4th.org/ | [Boston 4 Celebrations Details]

Boston Harborfest
Fourth of July festival honors and remembers the past, celebrates the present and showcases the colonial and maritime heritage of the city of Boston; reenactments, historical tours, concerts and events are held in the historic downtown and waterfront districts, and on Boston's City Hall Plaza.
http://www.bostonharborfest.com/ | [Boston Harborfest Details]

Bristol Fourth of July Celebration
Established in 1785, the Bristol, Rhode Island Fourth of July Celebration is the oldest continuous celebration of its kind in the United States; find information about the special events, parade, competitions and fireworks display.
http://www.july4thbristolri.com/ | [Bristol Fourth of July Celebration Details]

Fourth of July Celebrations Database
A source of examples of Fourth of July celebrations and observances throughout history, from 1776 to present day; explore American cultural traditions and heritage.
http://www.american.edu/heintze/fourth.htm | [Fourth of July Celebrations Database Details]

History.com - Fourth of July
Discover the history of America's Independence and the annual Fourth of July holiday celebrations; read the Declaration of Independence, view video galleries and maps of early America.
http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/july-4th | [History.com - Fourth of July Details]

National Independence Day Parade
Annual parade consisting of invited bands, fife and drum corps, military units, floats, national dignitaries, equestrian, drill teams and celebrity participants celebrating America's birthday in the nation's capital, Washington, D.C.
http://july4thparade.com/ | [National Independence Day Parade Details]

USA.gov: Fourth of July
Honors and celebrates the birthday of the United States of America and the signing of the Declaration of Independence; find information about historical documents in the national archives, holiday safety tips, links to fireworks displays and fun facts and quizzes for kids.
http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Independence_Day.shtml | [USA.gov: Fourth of July Details]