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Posts Tagged ‘Continental Congress’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 9/9/20 – UNITED STATES NAMING DAY!

The United Colonies of America? Between July 4th and September 9th, 1776, that’s what America was called, but the sound of “UCA! UCA!” didn’t cut it with members of the Continental Congress, so they officially changed it after running through most of the alphabet for the letter […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 8/8/20 – DOLLAR DAY!

Let’s Holla for a Dollar, folks, today is NATIONAL DOLLAR DAY! Yes, it’s about the Benjamins today. No, we’re not celebrating wealth, the worship of the Almighty Dollar, or the price of eggs. Today marks the 234th Anniversary of the creation of America’s own monetary system on […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 2/20/20 – POST OFFICE DAY!

Wait a minute, wait a minute, Mister Postman! Don’t return to sender, ’cause my baby, she wrote me a letter on NATIONAL POST OFFICE DAY! He always rings twice, and since February 20, 1792, Mail Carriers of the U.S. Postal Service have been braving every sort of […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 1/11/20 – ALEXANDER HAMILTON DAY!

He was born January 11, 1755, in Charlestown, capital of the Caribbean Island of Nevis, which remains in British hands to this day. He sought his education in the North American colonies, which do not remain in British hands, thanks to him and his fellow Founders, so […]

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