Not all Americans celebrate 4th July. In fact most do not. It is celebrated by citizens of the US with parties, fireworks are often included. Most Americans celebrate the 4th of July.
The Native Americans did not celebrate Christmas or Halloween. The early colonists did not celebrate Halloween either, and most did not celebrate Christmas.
Americans celebrate Easter depending on their religions. Most go to church on Easter Sunday while others only celebrate Easter for the Easter bunny.
Football, Baseball, Basketball,
My religion (christianity) celebrate it to thank God for all he does. Most celebrate it for the day that Pilgrims and the Native Americans had a feast to signify their alliance.
Because most of them want to be Irish and it makes them feel good to celebrate an Irish holiday!
There are no Americans that have been recorded to oppose independence. Most Americans choose instead to celebrate independence on July 4th.
IN NORTH AMERICA ...dha!
There are some differences, but most Australians do observe Christmas in much the same way as North Americans do. One major difference is that in the Southern hemisphere Christmas occurs in summer rather than in winter.
Sometimes it is important to know how different cultures or races celebrate Thanksgiving. African Americans living in America, typically celebrate Thanksgiving in the traditional sense. This is with Turkey, stuffing, carrots, etc. with family and loved ones.
In the South American region most likely since North Americans have the most growth in democracy.
We dont celebrate Kwanza, most Australians wouldnt even know what it is. We have a very very small population of African Americans.