What else happened on the Fourth of July?

A 1850s wieghlock building along the Erie Canal in Syracuse, N.Y., is shown in this undated photograph taken in the early 1900s. It is currently a museum dedicated to the Erie Canal and the only surviving weighlock building. The canal waters have been filled in and are now a major street in Syracuse. This photograph is provided by the Erie Canal Museum. (AP Photo/Erie Canal Museum)
A 1850s wieghlock building along the Erie Canal in Syracuse, N.Y., is shown in this undated photograph taken in the early 1900s. It is currently a museum dedicated to the Erie Canal and the only surviving weighlock building. The canal waters have been filled in and are now a major street in Syracuse. This photograph is provided by the Erie Canal Museum. (AP Photo/Erie Canal Museum)

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