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'''July 4''' was the day chosen as the founding of the United States of America in [[1776]] and the issue of the Declaration of Independence.
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The following events occurred on '''July 4'''.
   
[[Doc Brown]] entered this date along with the year 1776 to demonstrate that one could witness the signing of the Declaration, granted that they were in Philadelphia.
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==[[1776]], Thursday==
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*The founding of the United States of America, and the issue of the Declaration of Independence.
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[[Doc Brown]] entered this well-known date into the [[time circuits]] of the [[DeLorean time machine]] to demonstrate that one could witness the signing of the Declaration of Indepencence, granted that they had driven to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before going back in time.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
However if one was able to reach Philadelphia on this date, they would have only seen John Hancock signing it. The other 55 delegates did not sign the document until [[August 2]], even though the document was dated July 4, 1776.
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However, if one was able to reach Philadelphia on this date, they would have only seen John Hancock signing it. The other 55 delegates did not sign the document until [[August 2]] and thereafter, even though the document was dated July 4, 1776.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 19:39, March 17, 2008

The following events occurred on July 4.

1776, Thursday

  • The founding of the United States of America, and the issue of the Declaration of Independence.

Doc Brown entered this well-known date into the time circuits of the DeLorean time machine to demonstrate that one could witness the signing of the Declaration of Indepencence, granted that they had driven to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before going back in time.

Behind the scenes

However, if one was able to reach Philadelphia on this date, they would have only seen John Hancock signing it. The other 55 delegates did not sign the document until August 2 and thereafter, even though the document was dated July 4, 1776.

Appearances

See also

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