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Fourth Of July Speech & Essay 2017, Independence Day USA Quotes & Speech By American Presidents

Fourth Of July Speech & Essay 2017 - Welcome folks !!! the celebration of 4th of July is knocking your doors this year !!! and today I am bring here some quotes & speech of fourth of July by American presidents along with 4th of July 2017 Essay for Students & Kids who celebrate July 4th on School College. Every year July 4th is celebrate in whole nation of America and every citizen of US feel too much proud for their country. peoples wish each other by sending 4th July quotes by top legends of Country. peoples celebrate the festival of "July 4th" or "fourth of July" with enjoying  fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Independence Day is the National Day of the United States and every person celebrate 4th of July with lots of joy and happiness in entire nation.  

Independence Day fireworks are often accompanied by patriotic songs such as the national anthem "The Star-Spangled Banner,", "God Bless America,", "America the Beautiful," "My Country, 'Tis of Thee," "This Land Is Your Land," "Stars and Stripes Forever," and, regionally, "Yankee Doodle" in northeastern states and "Dixie" in southern states. Some of the lyrics recall images of the Revolutionary War or the War of 1812.  Firework shows are held in many states, and many fireworks are sold for personal use or as an alternative to a public show. Safety concerns have led some states to ban fireworks or limit the sizes and types allowed. In addition, local and regional weather conditions may dictate whether the sale or use of fireworks in an area will be allowed. Some local or regional firework sales are limited or prohibited because of dry weather or other specific concerns. On these occasions the public may be prohibited from purchasing or discharging fireworks, but professional displays (such as those at sports events) may still take place, if certain safety precautions have been taken. here below I am sharing 4th of July 2017 Short Essay along with 4th July 2017 Independence Day quotes & Speech for you.

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Abraham Lincoln's Independence Day Address of July 7, 1863

Researched by James R. Heintze. All rights reserved.

Abraham Lincoln's Independence Day address of 1863 in Washington is significant in that it was presented three days after the city had celebrated the holiday and represented one of only a few Fourth of July addresses given in Washington during the 19th century that were reprinted in newspapers outside the city.
Perhaps not referred to as often as his other speeches, Lincoln's July 7 address is nonetheless important. Presented, apparently spontaneously, as a response to hundreds of persons who had gathered in front of the White House as an expression of joy regarding news of the Civil War's Vicksburg campaign, Lincoln's words were elegant, and in some sense, might have been a prelude to his Gettysburg Address of November 19 later that year. The wording and theme of the July 7 address bears resemblance to the November 19 address. Its possible that the idea and emotion for Lincoln's timeless Gettysburg Address were already gestating in his mind as early as July.
On July 4, Lincoln passed up any opportunities to participate in Washington's ceremonies. He was aware of the direction the Gettysburg engagement had taken on that day and was encouraged that Southern forces were retreating. But the President was also concerned about the Vicksburg campaign and was reluctant to participate in any sort of festive celebration until he heard news of that battle's outcome. He did issue a brief statement in the form of a letter to the American people on July 4:
Washington, July 4.--The President of the United States announces to the country that the news from the Army of the Potomac until 10 o'clock P.M., on the 3d inst., is such as to cover that army with brightest honor--to promise a great success to the cause of the Union, and to claim the condolence of all for the many gallant fallen, and that for this he especially desires that on this day, He whose will, not ours, should ever be done, be everywhere remembered and reverenced with profoundest gratification. (Signed) Abraham Lincoln. ("Congratulatory Address by the President," The Frederick Examiner, 8 July 1863, 2.)
Vicksburg surrendered to the Union on July 4, but the news did not reach Lincoln's desk in the White House until July 7. About midday Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles received the news and immediately went to the White House to report to Lincoln what he heard. Word spread quickly through the streets, taverns, and hotels in Washington. Crowds gathered and officers of the Thirty-Fourth Massachusetts Regiment promptly decided that a military parade to the White House was in order.
That evening the parade of military accompanied by one or more bands of music commenced up Pennsylvania Avenue drawing hundreds of citizens as it made its way to the White House. At 8 p.m. with the immense throngs in front of the Executive Mansion, Lincoln, who was in the War Department, was compelled to respond and thus quickly returned to the White House.
Benjamin B. French, a highly regarded citizen of the city, commented in a Fourth of July oration he gave in 1870 that he was on the White House grounds on July 7, 1863 and that President Lincoln was elated:
We were celebrating the day in the President's grounds when the news of victory came, and I shall never forget the exultant joy with which it was received. The countenance of President Lincoln, never very demonstrative, beamed all over with gladness; and the sun that rose that day, on many fears, went down in glory on the universal idea that the Union was saved. (Washington Evening Star, 5 July 1870, 4.)
A local newspaper described the event and the festive atmosphere:
Last evening, in response to a notice hastily given, a large assemblage of citizens gathered in front of the National Hotel, and, preceded by the band of the thirty- fourth Massachusetts Regiment, marched to the Executive Mansion, to offer their congratulations to the President upon the late successes of our Army and Navy. As the column marched up the Avenue it gained constant accessions, like a rolling snowball, and an immense crowd entered the space in front of the White House, about half past 8 o'clock.Mr. Lincoln was at that moment absent at the War Department, but he promptly came over, and made his appearance at the window of the portico of the Executive mansion. When he stood before them, hearing the marks of the excessive labor and care that has fallen to his lot ever since he assumed the duties of his office, but wearing a smile of supreme satisfaction at the glorious events which his fellow-citizens were celebrating, vociferous cheers vent the air. The crowd cheered Abraham Lincoln, General Grant, General Meade, General Rosecrans, and President Lincoln again. ("The Rejoincings Last Night," Daily National Republican, 8 July 1863, 2.)
Another Washington newspaper thought the crowd "numbered many thousands" (Washington Evening Star, 8 July 1863, 2). News of the event quickly spread along the Eastern seaboard. In a dispatch sent to New York, it was reported that "The news spread like wildfire through the city[Washington]. Flags were thrown from public and private buildings, and cheers given to all extent and with an enthusiam such as have rearely been paralleled here. The fact that the capture was made on the Fourth of July gave an added zest to the general satisfaction (New York Times, 8 July 1863, 1.) Even in the Confederate South, in Charleston, S.C., the "tremendous rejoicing all over the North" was reported. However, Lincoln's address was referred to there as a "foolish speech" (Charleston Daily Courier, 13 July 1863, 1).
Lincoln's July 7 speech was made available and was printed in newspapers across the country. A comparison of some of these reprintings of the speech reveals that the texts do not exactly match. Apparently, editors of these newspapers recopied the text and in so doing changed and deleted words which resulted likely in detracting from Lincoln's intentions. Among the variant versions of the speech, I have selected that printed in the Washington Evening Star,8 July 1863, 2, because first, its a version closer to home, likely not having passed through as many hands, and second, its text displays more elegance than the others I have examined; it just seems more Lincolnesque:
Fellow-citizens: I am very glad to see you to-night. But yet I will not say I thank you for this call. But I do most sincerely thank Almighty God for the occasion on which you have called. [Cheers.] How long ago is it? Eighty odd years since, upon the Fourth day of July, for the first time in the world, a union body of representatives was assembled to declare as a self-evident truth that all men were created equal. [Cheers.]That was the birthday of the United States of America. Since then the fourth day of July has had several very peculiar recognitions. The two most distinguished men who framed and supported that paper, including the particular declaration I have mentioned, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, the one having framed it, and the other sustained it most ably in debate, the only two of the fifty-five or fifty-six who signed it, I believe, who were ever President of the United States, precisely fifty years after they put their hands to that paper it pleased the Almighty God to take away from this stage of action on the Fourth of July. This extraordinary coincidence we can understand to be a dispensation of the Almighty Ruler of Events.
Another of our Presidents, five years afterwards, was called from this stage of existence on the same day of the month, and now on this Fourth of July just past, when a gigantic rebellion has risen in the land, precisely at the bottom of which is an effort to overthrow that principle "that all men are created equal," we have a surrender of one of their most powerful positions and powerful armies forced upon them on that very day. [Cheers.] And I see in the succession of battles in Pennsylvania, which continued three days, so rapidly following each other as to be justly called one great battle, fought on the first, second and third of July; on the fourth the enemies of the declaration that all men are created equal had to turn tail and run. [Laughter and applause.]
Gentlemen, this is a glorious theme and a glorious occasion for a speech, but I am not prepared to make one worthy of the theme and worthy of the occasion. [Cries of "go on," and applause.] I would like to speak in all praise that is due to the the [sic] many brave officers and soldiers who have fought in the cause of the Union and liberties of this country from the beginning of this war, not on occasions of success, but upon the more trying occasions of the want of success. I say I would like to speak in praise of these men, particularizing their deeds, but I am unprepared. I should dislike to mention the name of a single officer, lest in doing so I wrong some other one whose name may not occur to me. [Cheers.]
Recent events bring up certain names, gallantly prominent, but I do not want to particularly name them at the expense of others, who are as justly entitled to our gratitude as they. I therefore do not upon this occasion name a single man. And now I have said about as much as I ought to say in this impromptu manner, and if you please, I'll take the music. [Tremendous cheering, and calls for the President to reappear.]
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"On this Independence Day Im going to explain all the good and bad things made under my ruling that may help you people to understand about me quite better and surely will make you feel that my rules and regulations will fulfill the needs of the nation. So Im here today in front of you all and sharing everything on this auspicious occasion which may help in moving the nation to few more steps top. First of all I would like to thank you people as you all have accept me as your president and quite happy for that as you have represented me as your best choice and from the second I had taken charge Im taking all the steps to provide the best service to my people. Iam really very proud to say we have destroyed all the evil powers that tried to disturb the nations peace and freedom. We have developed very good armed forces for protecting the country in the time indeed. Our country now stands the top economic nation in the world. And we have also taken proper steps for vast increase of Educational system in the Country. Previously there are many obstacles in the America but soon it has became an Independent country with citizens having certain for this reason why USA Independence Day celebrated in America on 4th of July 2017. So hope you all like my words. Thanks for giving such a wonderful opportunity."

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Independence Day USA Speech of Barack Obama Last Year, Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address, The White House, July 4, 2016-

"Hi everybody. I hope you all had a safe and happy Fourth of July, filled with parades, cookouts, fireworks and family reunions.

We celebrated at the White House with a few hundred members of the military and their families. And we took a moment amid the festivities to remember what our Independence Day is all about what happened 237 years ago, and what it meant to the world.

On July 4th, 1776, a small band of patriots declared that we were a people created equal free to think and worship and live as we please. It was a declaration heard around the world that we were no longer colonists, we were Americans, and our destiny would not be determined for us; it would be determined by us.

It was a bold and tremendously brave thing to do. It was also nearly unthinkable. At that time, kings and princes and emperors ruled the world. But those patriots were certain that a better way was possible. And to achieve it to win their freedom they were willing to lay it all on the line. Their lives. Their fortunes. Their sacred honor.

They fought a revolution. Few would have bet on our side to win. But for the first of many times to come, America proved the doubters wrong.

And now, 237 years later, the United States this improbable nation is the greatest in the world. A land of liberty and opportunity. A global defender of peace and freedom. A beacon of hope to people everywhere who cherish those ideals.

Generations of Americans made our country what it is today farmers and teachers, engineers and laborers, entrepreneurs and elected leaders people from all walks of life, from all parts of the world, all pulling in the same direction.

And now we, the people, must make their task our own to live up to the words of that Declaration of Independence, and secure liberty and opportunity for our own children, and for future generations.

I want to say a special word of thanks to the men and women of our military, who have played such a vital role in the story of our nation. You have defended us at home and abroad. And you have fought on our nations behalf to make the world a better, safer place. People in scattered corners of the world are living in peace today, free to write their own futures, because of you. We are grateful for your service and your sacrifice, especially those still serving in harms way and your families here at home.

So, God bless you all. And may God bless the United States of America."

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“The Fourth of July is not the ordinary date in the United States’ calendar. This day marks the beginning of the US modern history, the history of independence and the formation of the new independent state.  On July 4, 1776, the members of the Second Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Independence. The first signer was the President of the Second Congress John Hancock whose signature immortalized the American independence. Today, Americans have the phrase “to John Hancock” meaning to sign the document. The Declaration was adopted in Philadelphia, where guns fired, candles were lighted and bells rang the whole day. The next day the declaration was publicly announced in all major American cities. The modern United States keeps the traditions of celebrating the Fourth of Julyat the federal level.”

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“The July Fourth is the day of American Independence. This was a focal point in modern American history, so the holiday is richly celebrated at the federal level. In Philadelphia, the events of the day are reenacted, and the declaration is reread. Boston is famous for the annual "Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular". The NYC celebrates the holiday with massive fireworks. In 2009, NYC hosted the biggest firework in the country. Americans love this patriotic holiday and enjoy the day off celebrations. ”

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"Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July or July Fourth, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain. Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Many people display the American flag outside their homes or buildings. Many communities arrange fireworks that are often accompanied by patriotic music. The most impressive fireworks are shown on television.On July 1, 1776, the Continental Congress reconvened, and on the following day, the Lee Resolution for independence was adopted by 12 of the 13 colonies, New York not voting. Discussions of Jefferson's Declaration of Independence resulted in some minor changes, but the spirit of the document was unchanged. The United States is truly a diverse nation made up of dynamic people. Each year on July 4, Americans celebrate that freedom and independence with barbecues, picnics, and family gatherings. Through the Internet we are learning about and communicating with people of different nations, with different languages and different races throughout the world. The following day, copies of the Declaration of Independence were distributed, and on July 6, The Pennsylvania Evening Post became the first newspaper to print the extraordinary document. The Declaration of Independence has since become our nation's most cherished symbol of liberty. On this day many political leaders appear at the public events and talk about the nation's heritage, laws, history, people and about recent events and future projects. All Americans are entitled to Independence Day off work except some emergency service workers.Adams persuaded the committee to select Thomas Jefferson to compose the original draft of the document, which Congress would edit to produce the final version. The Declaration was ultimately a formal explanation of why Congress had voted on July 2 to declare independence from Great Britain, more than a year after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War. The national birthday, Independence Day, is celebrated on July 4, although Adams wanted July 2."

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Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it. ~Thomas Paine Fourth Of July Quotes

He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from opposition; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach himself. ~Thomas Paine Fourth Of July Quotes

This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. ~Elmer Davis Fourth Of July Quotes

The American Revolution was a beginning, not a consummation. ~Woodrow Wilson 4th Of July Quotes

Liberty is always dangerous, but it is the safest thing we have. ~Harry Emerson Fosdick 4th Of July Quotes

Let freedom never perish in your hands. ~Joseph Addison 4th Of July Quotes

You have to love a nation that celebrates its independence every July 4, not with a parade of guns, tanks, and soldiers who file by the White House in a show of strength and muscle, but with family picnics where kids throw Frisbees, the potato salad gets iffy, and the flies die from happiness. You may think you have overeaten, but it is patriotism. ~Erma Bombeck 4th Of July Quotes

Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men and so it must be daily earned and refreshed – else like a flower cut from its life-giving roots, it will wither and die. ~Dwight D. Eisenhower July 4th quotes 4th Of July Quotes

In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved. ~Franklin D. Roosevelt
A statistician made a few calculations and discovered that since the birth of our nation more lives had been lost in celebrating independence than in winning it. ~Curtis Billings 4th Of July Quotes

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America is much more than a geographical fact. It is a political and moral fact the first community in which men set out in principle to institutionalize freedom, responsible government, and human equality. ~Adlai Stevenson July 4 Quotes 2017

Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and success of liberty. July 4 Quotes 2017

Freedom’s natal day is here.
Fire the guns and shout for freedom,
See the flag above unfurled!
Hail the stars and stripes forever,
Dearest flag in all the world.
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This, then, is the state of the union:  free and restless, growing and full of hope.  So it was in the beginning.  So it shall always be, while God is willing, and we are strong enough to keep the faith.  ~Lyndon B. Johnson **best 4th of July quotes**

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