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Jeff Eagleheart, left, Tiffin, and Kevin Mercer, Bowling Green, of the Black Swamp InterTribal Foundation perform a Native American ceremonial song

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Shriners perform on Delaware Ave. during a Salute to America Parade at Put-in-Bay.

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Fourth of July revelers enjoy the sun at Put-in-Bay.

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Future service men and women take the Oath of Enlistment.

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Dean Mollenkopf, 23, Toledo, takes the Oath of Enlistment.

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Ve Emch, left, originally from Norway, gets a kiss from her husband Dr. Willard Emch, formally of Toledo, after becoming and American Citizen during a naturalization ceremony and delayed enlistment at Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial, Thursday, July 4, 2013. The pair currently reside in Vero Beach, Florida and Lakeside.

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New American citizens pose for photos.

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Kim Thi Tran, Lima, and originally from Vietnam, gets a hug from Nancy Mills of the DAR Fort Industry NSDAR Chapter.

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Pammella Ngefor, Toledo, originally from Cameroon, right, recites the Pledge of Allegiance.

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CTY NATURALIZATIONO5 Pammella Ngefor, Toledo, originally from Cameroon, right, takes the Oath of Citizenship with others during a naturalization ceremony and delayed enlistment at Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial, Thursday, July 4, 2013. The Blade/Andy Morrison

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The colors are presented.

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The flags of Great Britain, Canada and the United States.

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Justin Severino, Eastlake, Ohio, covers the ears of his son Max, 2, as a fire truck roars past during a Salute to America Parade.

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Michael Reynolds, regional director, National Park Service Midwest Region.

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Lucy Coffman, 2, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, left, steals a tiara from her cousin Livie Parrish, 2, St. Mary's.

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Barbara Coon, Perrysburg.

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Margaret Ruth Scarpeli, Mayor of Put-in-Bay.

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Blanca Alvarez Stransky, superintendent of the Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial.

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Park Ranger Jeff Helmer opens the court.

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Spectators watch vintage cars.

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Jay Lee of the Put-in-Bay Police Department directs traffic next to a vintage Ford police cruiser belonging to Chief Robert Lampela.

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Masons on motorcycles roar past.

Shriners

Shriners.

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The 122nd Ohio Army National Guard Band.

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Antique cars cruise.

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Brianna Scott, Livonia, Mi., enjoys a little fun in DeRivera Park.

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Masons on motorcycles roar past during a Salute to America Parade.

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