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Augusta ceremony marks Independence Day

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Clad in Revolutionary War uniforms, members of the National Sojourners led an Independence Day ceremony to honor the signers of the Declaration of Independence – two of whom are buried beneath the Signers’ Monument in downtown Augusta.

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  1. This was no doubt the best July 4 commemoration I’ve attended. Cudos to those who planned and executed the project and to Edwards Mercantile for its first time Signers Reception.
    I’m looking forward to next year’s event.

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