Monthly Archives: February 2023
Before joining the United States on December 29, 1845, Texas was its own country for nearly a decade. On March 2nd, Texans come together yearly to celebrate Texas Independence Day. Whether you live in Texas or plan on visiting that week, there are many ways to celebrate Texas’ unique history with your family. Read on to learn more about the history of Texas Independence Day and your different options for celebrating this state holiday!
What is the History of Texas Independence?
President’s Day is a federal holiday marked by a three-day weekend honoring the lives of the forty-six Presidents in American history who have dedicated their lives to the service of our country. While every state in the union except Delaware celebrates President’s Day, many people are unaware of the holiday’s origins and its role in our modern-day lives. Let’s take a closer look and discover ten fun facts about President’s Day you may not have known!
What is President’s Day?
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