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By Allan Morey

By way of the 1760s, such a lot American colonists had turn into bored stiff with British rule. They have been uninterested in the unfair taxes and never having the ability to create their very own legislation, and cries for revolution have been ringing out around the land. because the revolution took carry, Thomas Jefferson drafted a rfile that officially declared the colonies' independence.

The adoption of the assertion of Independence on July four, 1776, marked a major turning aspect in US historical past. Over the subsequent 5 years, the colonists may struggle to make their independence a truth.

Explore the background of this crucial rfile. song the occasions and turning issues that led the colonies to claim their independence from nice Britain.

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It is a celebration of what freedom means to all Americans. People can see the original Declaration of Independence at the National Archives in Washington, DC. Sept. 28, 1781: The Siege of Yorktown begins. SEPT. 1781 NOV. 1781 Oct. 19, 1781: British general Cornwallis signs the Articles of Capitulation, signaling the end of fighting. Sept. 3, 1783: Delegates sign the Treaty of Paris, officially ending the American Revolution. SEPT. 1783 JUNE 1870 June 28, 1870: Congress votes for the first time to make July 4 an official holiday for federal employees.

26, 1776: Benjamin Franklin sets sail for France to seek military and financial support for fighting the British. August on Long Island. Washington’s men were outnumbered and barely escaped capture. The British attacked the Continental Army again at White Plains, New York. Washington was forced to retreat once more. Then with a victory at the Battle of Fort Washington, the British took control of New York City. The During the winter of 1776, George Continental Army Washington thought the war was was forced to retreat nearly lost.

1, 1781: The colonies ratify the Articles of Confederation, establishing a federal government. JULY 1781 taken away, the declaration inspired other freedom movements around the world. For example, in the late 1780s, French revolutionaries launched a fight for freedom from monarchic rule in their country, shortly after Americans won their freedom. And Americans looking for freedom from oppression have looked to the declaration for inspiration over the decades. Every July 4, Americans mark the signing of the Declaration of Independence as Independence Day.

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