Independence Day (in lieu) in USA in 2020

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  Dates of Independence Day (in lieu) in USA
2021 Jul 4, Jul 5
AlabamaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
AlaskaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ArizonaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ArkansasMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
CaliforniaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ColoradoMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ConnecticutMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
DelawareMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
District of ColumbiaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
FloridaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
GeorgiaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
HawaiiMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IdahoMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IllinoisMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IndianaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IowaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
KansasMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
KentuckyMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
LouisianaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MaineMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MarylandMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MassachusettsMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MichiganMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MinnesotaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MississippiMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MissouriMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MontanaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
NebraskaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
NevadaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New HampshireMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New JerseyMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New MexicoMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New YorkMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
North CarolinaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
North DakotaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
OhioMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
OklahomaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
OregonMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
PennsylvaniaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
Rhode IslandMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
South CarolinaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
South DakotaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
TennesseeMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
UtahMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
VermontMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
VirginiaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
WashingtonMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
West VirginiaMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
WisconsinMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
WyomingMon, Jul 5Regional Holiday (in lieu)
USASun, Jul 4Federal Holiday
USASun, Jul 4Federal Holiday
2020 Jul 3, Jul 4, Jul 6
Rhode IslandMon, Jul 6Regional Holiday (in lieu)
USASat, Jul 4Federal Holiday
AlabamaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
AlaskaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ArizonaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ArkansasFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
CaliforniaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ColoradoFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
ConnecticutFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
DelawareFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
District of ColumbiaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
FloridaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
GeorgiaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
HawaiiFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IdahoFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IllinoisFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IndianaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
IowaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
KansasFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
KentuckyFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
LouisianaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MaineFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MarylandFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MichiganFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MinnesotaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MississippiFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MissouriFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
MontanaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
NebraskaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
NevadaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New HampshireFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New JerseyFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
New MexicoFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
North CarolinaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
North DakotaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
OhioFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
OklahomaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
OregonFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
PennsylvaniaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
South CarolinaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
South DakotaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
TennesseeFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
UtahFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
VermontFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
VirginiaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
WashingtonFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
West VirginiaFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
WisconsinFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
WyomingFri, Jul 3Regional Holiday (in lieu)
2019 Jul 4, Jul 5
MarylandFri, Jul 5Government Holiday (additional day)
USAThu, Jul 4Federal Holiday
2018 USA Wed, Jul 4 Federal Holiday
2017 Jul 3, Jul 4
USATue, Jul 4Federal Holiday
VirginiaMon, Jul 3Regional Holiday (additional day)
  Summary
On July 4th 1776 the United States of America proclaimed its independence from England
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When is US Independence Day?

This nation holiday is celebrated on the Fourth of July. If Independence Day falls on a weekend, then the previous Friday or following Monday will be a holiday.

As this is a Federal holiday, not only will schools and libraries be closed, most federal and state offices will be closed and there will be no mail deliveries on Independence Day

History of US Independence Day

On July 4th 1776, the United States of America proclaimed its independence from England by signing the Declaration of Independence.

While the signing of the Declaration itself was not completed until August, the Fourth of July holiday is seen as the official anniversary of U.S. independence.

Although Philadelphians marked the first anniversary of independence in 1777 with spontaneous celebrations in the streets of Philadelphia, the first recorded use of the name "Independence Day" wasn't until 1791 and Independence Day celebrations only became common after the War of 1812.

By the 1870's, Independence Day had become the most important secular holiday on the American calendar and has transformed into what is known as the 4th of July today.

In 1870, The U.S. Congress made Independence Day an unpaid holiday for federal employees, though it wasn't until 1941 that Congress declared Independence Day to be a paid federal holiday.

How is it celebrated?

This Independence Day, there will be parades, barbeques, picnics and fireworks throughout the country.

Celebrate the Fourth of July with your Hue lights!

Did you know?

Three facts about Independence Day (in lieu)

The Declaration of Independence was signed by only two people on July 4 1776 - John Hancock and Charles Thomson. Most added their signatures on August 2 1776

Charles Carroll, who represented Maryland, was the last surviving signer of the Declaration. He died in 1832 at the age of 95

John Hancock, president of the Second Continental Congress, signed the declaration first but his signature was so large it left little room for the others. The term "John Hancock" is still used as a slang term for a signature in the US today.

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