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Weird and wacky of July 4th Independence Day

The American flag had 13 stars in 1776 so prior to the Declaration of Independence the first flag was the Grand Union Flag. After independence the American flag depicted 13 stars in a circle and this was known as the Betsy Ross flag. In 1958 a history teacher gave the students the task of redesigning…
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Fun Facts About July 4th

At the 50th anniversary of the declaration of independence’s signing on July 4 1826 Thomas Jefferson 82 and john Adams 90 both passed away within five hours of one another.  They were bitter enemies both had very different political ideologies and their differences often led to conflicts. Nearly a century after the founding of the…
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History of July 4th Independence Day

On July 4th 1776, the Continental Congress officially announced its independence from Great Britain and its ruler, King George the third. The USA had been under British rule since the 1600’s when the British founded 13 colonies to make up the country – Virginia, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Delaware, North…
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History of Fathers Day

Fathers Day began in America in the early 20th century in the United States. Father’s day was founded by Sonora Dodd, the daughter of American civil war veteran William Jackson Smart. She didn’t have a mother so her dad looked after her and her five brothers and sisters on his own. While hearing about the…
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The Pride rainbow

Political and social  movements have long relied on symbols and icons  to visualize and communicate their goals and the global LGBTQIA+ liberation movement  is no different. The six-stripe rainbow flag  is currently the most commonly seen iteration worldwide but throughout time it has been  amended to adapt to different perspectives. American artist Gilbert Baker in 1978, along with 30…
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Father’s Day around the world

Father’s Day is celebrated on third Sunday in June. Although the practice of honoring fathers on the third Sunday in June began in the USA there is now Father’s Day in more than 40 countries around the world. However some countries use march 19 to celebrate father’s day as that is also the feast day…
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Pride Month Celebrations in June

June is celebrated as Pride Month as a nod to an event that happened on June 28 1969 at a bar called Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, New York. The bar became the site of a clash between patrons and the police. Police raided the Stonewall Inn, claiming the property had violated liquor laws and…
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Fun Facts about Father’s Day

Here are some top strange facts about Father’s Day: The necktie is the most popular of all Father’s Day gifts while hammers wrenches screwdrivers and golf clubs make up the other popular items Father’s Day is the fifth-largest card sending occasion in America with almost 100 million Father’s Day card set annually that. One-third of…
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Fun Facts about Mother’s day

Here are a few fun facts about Mother’s Day: there was a stamp created to commemorate Mother’s Day in 1934 Mother’s Day is the biggest day of the year for restaurants. Nearly one third of the population eats out. There are easily over a hundred million phone calls made just on Mother’s Day every single…
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Mothers Day around the world

Mother’s Day is being celebrated in over 70 nations all around the globe. It is used to celebrate all of this special women in all of our lives. Even though there are many countries that celebrate Mother’s Day many other countries celebrate their own Mother’s Day at different times throughout the year. For example the…
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