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Naturalization of New Citizens to Commemorate Patriotic Events at the Historic Old Courthouse

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Date: June 10, 2008

WHERE: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Historic Old Courthouse, 11 North Fourth Street St. Louis, MO                                                                

WHEN:   Friday, June 13, 2008   

WHAT:   The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, in cooperation with the National Park                        

Service at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial will commemorate Flag Day with a public naturalization ceremony at the Historic Old Courthouse on Friday, June 13, 2008.  The ceremony will take place at 1:00 p.m. in the rotunda of the Historic Old Courthouse, 11 North Fourth Street in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Approximately 75 prospective United States citizens will take the oath of citizenship at an official naturalization ceremony inside the Historic Old Courthouse. This historic building will be decorated with an array of patriotic 19th Century displays, including a 33-star, 36’ x 20’ garrison flag suspended from the fifth-level balcony.

The public is invited to attend the naturalization ceremony and see the decorated Historic Old Courthouse. The garrison flag and historic decorations will be exhibited through July 20, 2008. All events and exhibits at the Historic Old Courthouse are free of charge. 

 

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Did You Know?

Historic Old Courthouse photographed from the corner of 4th and Market

Land for the Historic Old Courthouse was donated in 1816 by Judge John Baptisite Charles Lucas and St. Louis founder Rene Auguste Chouteau. More...