Galveston celebrates the Fourth of July
People crowded the beaches and the seawall Sunday to celebrate the Fourth of July in Galveston.
The Marine Corps League and the city kicked off the evening with a parade along Seawall Boulevard from 59th to 27th streets. Thousands of people lined the route to watch the red-, white- and blue-decorated floats and vehicles pass by. A fireworks show finished out the evening with a patriotic display launched over the beach at 37th Street.
— Jennifer Reynolds
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