The Fourth on Foursquare 2.0

Fourth of July gathering at the home of Mayor Bob Fowler of Helen, Georgia, near Robertstown, after a holiday parade.


Ah, summer! Just the thought of it brings to mind ocean waves, picnics at the park, umbrellas by a poolside. And, of course, the 4th of July! Whether you’re barbecuing with a couple of friends  or taking a trip to the nation’s capital to see the museums and monuments, take a moment and dig through some history with us about the 4th of July.

That’s right—we’re reprising the Fourth on Foursquare! So look out for documents and photographs all celebrating Independence Day – from fireworks to cartoons to presidents. We’ll have a link to the document at each tip and location, so make sure to follow our Foursquare page tips to discover a little bit more about the 4th of July every day.

2 thoughts on “The Fourth on Foursquare 2.0

  1. This is a terrific idea. But your tip about the White House says it was Teddy Roosevelt who made that declaration about the 4th. It’s small print, but it’s pretty easy to read Franklin Roosevelt’s signature. The dark times were World War II.

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