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Easton held its annual Heritage Day celebration on July 8, commemorating the day the Declaration of Independence was read there on July 8, 1776. The city held a daylong celebration that including re-enactments, historical building tours, music, and food, capped by a fireworks display after dark. Along with Trenton and Philadelphia, Easton was one of three cities to have the first public readings of the Declaration of Independence.

Photography by Adam Atkinson

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