A day that marks Texas independence has been called a milestone in American history.
The day is celebrated across the country, with many events taking place in cities like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Philadelphia and more.
Here are all the details we know about the date, which will be celebrated on Wednesday, July 17.
Day 1 – Tuesday, July 16, 2018At 5am, the federal government will announce that Texas will become an independent nation, marking a milestone for a state that was not even officially created until 1889.
The federal government would not officially recognize the state until 1884.
The event is a time for people to come together to celebrate, and to share their memories.
The governor’s office said the governor would be there to celebrate the occasion.
This is not the first time Texas has become an officially independent state.
The state had been in a civil war with the United States for over 100 years.
However, the state was not officially recognized as a state until 1889 and did not formally become an American territory until 1894.
In addition to the celebration, Texas will celebrate its centennial by having a National Anthem played on the state’s public square, a flag ceremony, a fireworks display, a parade, a live band and the Texas Stars and Stripes.
It will also have a national flag flying over the Capitol.
Day 2 – Wednesday, August 1, 2018Day 3 – Thursday, August 2, 2018The state has already had two official days on Independence Day, with one being Monday, July 11.
On the other, July 12, the State House will hold a public meeting to discuss a resolution that would make Texas an official state.
A committee will draft the resolution.
The bill, which would officially recognize Texas as an independent state, is expected to pass both chambers of the state legislature.
Day 4 – Tuesday