July 4th celebration in Nashville, TN
Updated: Jul 29
Independence Day is a time to fire up the grill, load up on fireworks, consume copious amounts of hot dogs, and imbibe copious amounts of Beer however the name
and date of the Fourth of July are two of the most common misunderstandings. On July 4, 1776, it is commonly assumed that America proclaimed independence from Britain. The formal vote, however, occurred two days earlier, and the "Declaration" was published in newspapers on July 4. On July 4, 1776, the newly established United States had a population of 2.5 million people. According to the US Census Bureau, the population in 2022 will be just over 332 million. Pennsylvania had the greatest estimated population among the 13 colonies at the time of America's independence, with 434,373 individuals. According to the US Census Bureau, Delaware had the lowest estimated population in 1776, at 59,094. It's crucial to remember that these figures are estimations, as the United States didn't perform its first formal census until 1790. Americans Will Enjoy 150 million Hot Dogs During the 4th. That said, enjoy your long weekend and more importantly, stay safe... Happy 4th of July from Nashville, TN.