Learn all about the history of how Independence Day came to be at Why Do We Celebrate The 4th of July? and Fourth of July Celebrations Database
Strike up the band with this page full of links and songs at The 4th of July Page
To read biographies on America's founding fathers, go to Colonial Hall
For information on Old Glory, the U.S. Flag, go to the Flags of the USA
For a list of speeches and declarations, try the Emanicipation Proclamation, The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution of the United States of America, The Bill of Rights and The Gettysburg Address
For facts and history of that famous Ellis Island statue, try The Statue of Liberty - National Park Service and also Ellis Island - Through America's Gateway
To see a virtual fireworks show, go to Boston's Fourth of July - Webcam and to hear the firecracker whizzes, try Fireworks -Ready, Set, Pow!
Click here to find out how to Create Your Own Fireworks Show!
Learn how to have a safe 4th of July at InteliHealth - John Hopkins Fireworks Safety Information or National Council on Fireworks Safety, Inc.
To learn more about the symbols of this day of freedom, go to Annie's 4th of July Symbols & Things Page
To search for a city in which to see a fourth of July Parade, go to Festivals
What's the story behind the crack on the Liberty Bell? Read on!
What's more American than apple pie? Get a taste of serveral different varieties of pie recipes at Recipes or Moms Apple Pie
To see how to have a really good time at the picnic without the ants try Readers Digest Independence Day Planner
For the best in hot sizzling barbeque grilling, try The Backyard Bar-Be-Que, Culinary Cafe: Barbeque & Grilling, Garry's BBQ Pit, BBQ.com or try BBQ/Grilling & Smoking, Dutch Oven & Camping Recipes
Help your kids learn more about the American history through games at American Colonial Projects Page, and Independence Day Crafts
Have a blast greeting your friends at Fourth of July Greeting Cards or Awesome Cyber Cards
Happy 4TH of July!