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The Month of July in United States
July is the seventh month of the modern day calendar. It has 31 days. It was given its name July after the great Julius Caesar. He lived from 100 BC to 44 BC. July is sometimes also referred to as Julius Caesar month. Julian calendar also has July as its seventh month. July was the 5th month of year in Roman calendar. It was known as Quintilis but later its name was changed to July in Julius Caesar’s honor. There were 31 days in Quintilis also.
July got its name as it is today in the 45 BCE during Julian Calendar reform. It became the 7th month of year in 450 BCE when January became the first month of year. The month previous to July is June and next to July is August. July is the coolest month of year in Southern hemisphere and hottest month of year in Northern hemisphere. The weather is completely different in the two hemispheres.
This year, July will start on a Monday and end on a Wednesday. Usually, July starts on the same day of week as April but in case of a leap year, it starts on the same day of week as January. Last day of the month July is never same with the last day of any other month in terms of day of week except in case of leap years when the day of week on 31 July is same as on 31 January which is the last day of the month January.
Other than July, July has three more names. Julie is the Middle English name of July. Both Julius Mensis and Quintilis Mensis are its Latin names. Julius Mensis means “Month of Julius” and Quintilis Mensis means “Fifth Month”.
July is a very important month in the history of the United States. Every American has a special place in their heart for the 4th of July as it is the Independence Day of the United States.
The Water lily and the Larkspur are the birth flower of July. The birthstone for July is Ruby which is a symbol of contentment.
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Independence Day in the United States
When Is Independence Day 2019?
Independence Day 2019: Thursday, July 4, 2019
Independence day celebrations occur on the 4th of July every year in the United States. On this day, America got freedom from Great Britain in 1776. The people of the United States celebrate Independence Day with a great feeling of patriotism and joy. Independence Day is also called “The Fourth of July”.
Independence Day is officially a public holiday in the United States. All the schools, universities, government workplaces, and businesses etc stay close on this day. General public celebrates Independence Day through a number of unique and traditional ways. Many families put the American flag on display outside their houses. Patriotic music and fireworks are going on literally everywhere throughout the day. TVs telecast the celebrations going on around the Nation.
People also celebrate it by going on picnics on their favorite vacation spots or a beach. A number of political personalities also appear before the peoples to show their love towards American history and Heritage. Most of the famous celebrities show their feelings of patriotism through social media by posting their own words for their nation too.
Independence Day is a Federal Holiday. If it is on Saturday, it is celebrated on the previous day, that is, Friday and if it is on Sunday, it is celebrated on the next day, that is, Monday. This helps the employees in creating long weekends for them for some enjoyment with their family.
Roads and streets are usually full of people on this day which affects public transportation. The public transit system is unable to work properly and is mostly not on time on the independence day. It’s Parades, Public events, fireworks, and patriotic shows on the roads which block the proper working of the public transit system.
The declaration of Independence was approved on 4 July 1776 and then was read publicly on 8 July 1776 for the first time. Independence Day became a holiday for federal employees in 1870. But it was only an unpaid holiday until up to 1941 when it became a paid holiday.
Though America gained independence in 1776 interestingly the term “Independence Day” was first used in 1791. It was thursday on 4 July 1776. Last year, Independence day Day was on Wednesday and this year it will be on Thursday