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Posts Tagged ‘Farmers’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/12/21 – SUPERMAN DAY!

Employing the cleverest of disguises, horn-rimmed glasses and mild manners, Daily Planet reporter Clark Kent always seems to disappear whenever there’s a big story to report, so let’s leave him out of NATIONAL SUPERMAN DAY! The Man of Steel has been patrolling the skies since 1938, when […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 4/17/21 – ELLIS ISLAND DAY!

We’re all sons and daughters of immigrants in America, if not immigrants ourselves. If your people emigrated to the United States between 1892 and 1954, odds are they passed through the hallowed place we celebrate on NATIONAL ELLIS ISLAND DAY! Starting with 15 year-old Annie Moore from […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 3/10/20 – LOUISIANA PURCHASE DAY!

Wars are expensive, and nobody knew that better than Napoleon Bonaparte, who was forced to unload some prime real estate for a lousy 42¢ an acre to pay for his latest contretemps with the British Empire, making today NATIONAL LOUISIANA PURCHASE DAY! The year was 1803, and […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 10/12/19 – NATIONAL FARMERS DAY!

Our first president was a hemp farmer, and 7 more farmers and a rancher also became American Presidents, the most recent being peanut farmer Jimmy Carter. There’s something humble and hopeful about farmers, generally a good natured bunch. Even in today’s largely urban society, everyone celebrates NATIONAL […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 9/7/19 – GRANDMA MOSES DAY!

When most people are 76, they’re done. When Anna Mary Robertson Moses turned 76, she started a career as an oil painter of such power and originality that today we celebrate NATIONAL GRANDMA MOSES DAY! Go Granny go. Born in 1860 in Greenwich, New York, Grandma Moses […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 10/12/13 – NATIONAL FARMERS DAY!

  Our first president was a hemp farmer, and 7 more farmers and a rancher also became American presidents, the most recent being Jimmy Carter. There’s something humble and hopeful about farmers, generally a good natured bunch. Even in today’s largely urban society, everyone celebrates NATIONAL FARMERS […]

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