Happy 4th of July! Celebrate With Google Doodles

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One thing we have come to love about national holidays is the tradition of Google Doodles, themed illustrations that appear on the company’s homepage on special occasions.

Since 2000, Google has been marking the 4th of July with patriotic Doodles that incorporate the most iconic symbols of all things Independence Day.

Take a look through the great designs in the gallery below. Let us know in the comments below what you think of this year’s design.

2000
The first ever Independence Day Doodle came in four parts.

2001
In 2001, the logo turned into the American flag, fireworks and an eagle.

2002
Google kept it simple in 2002 with a classic stars and stripes theme.

2003
The Statue of Liberty made an appearance the following year.

2004
Another eagle popped up in 2004.

2005
In 2005, the Liberty Bell replaced an “O.”

2006
The next year, Google went with kitties.

2007
2007 saw more eagle action.

2008
The following year was all about the fireworks.

2009
Google went on a picnic in 2009.

2010
In 2010, not only did Google mark the 4th of July, but also Rube Goldberg’s birthday.

2011
Last year, Google celebrated all of America with symbols spanning the country.

2012
This year Google has gone retro with a Woody Guthrie quote.

Do you like 2012’s design? Have your say in the comments below.

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