240th Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America: Our singers and musicians

Our Guest of Honor : Carole King Since writing her first Number 1 hit, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” at age 17, Carole King has arguably become the most celebrated singer/songwriter of all time. Born in Brooklyn, King had her first Top 40 hit as a recording artist in 1962, but it was her 1971 solo ...
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Gastronomy celebrates the Franco-American Friendship !

For the 240th Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America, Ambassador Jane D. Hartley hosted a number of the best French chefs, bakers, MOFs and artisans to cater the event. As a demonstration of French-American friendship, French cuisine served as its own kind of ambassador, representing the links that bring the two ...
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240th Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America – The Constitutions

Three documents integral in the foundation of the United States were on display in the Ambassador’s residence thanks to the kind help of the Blois-Agglopolys Library and the agglomerate community of Blois. It contains the original and rare Constitutions of the Several Independent States of America (Philadelphia, 1781) ; the first French edition of the Constitutions ...
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“America and France stand together”

Remarks by U.S. Ambassador to France Jane Hartley at the 2016 American Independence Day Celebration, Paris, France,  June 27, 2016 Ministers, Ambassadors, Madame Prime Minister, Deputies, Senators, Generals, Mayors, Ladies and Gentlemen, Honored guests, dear friends and family, particularly my son, who’s here from London… Welcome…..bienvenue …..Je suis ravie de vous recevoir ce soir. It’s a ...
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