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  • Washington's Birthday - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    For the holiday in Botswana, see Presidents' Day (Botswana). For the split album,
    see President's Day Split 7". For Washington's actual birthdate, see February ...

  • Presidents Day - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Presidents Day may refer to: Presidents' Day (United States), a holiday in some
    regions of the United States on the third Monday of February; Presidents' Day ...

  • Presidents' Day - Holidays - HISTORY.com


    Find out more about the history of Presidents' Day, including videos, interesting
    articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com.

  • Why Presidents' Day is slightly strange - The Washington Post


    Feb 16, 2014 ... On the other hand, Presidents' Day is a slightly strange holiday for three main
    reasons: *There is no universal agreement on the actual name of ...

  • Presidents' Day (Washington's Birthday) in United States


    Washington's Birthday, also known as Presidents' Day, is a federal holiday held
    on the third Monday of February. The day honors presidents of the United States

  • snopes.com: Presidents Day


    What are we celebrating on the holiday known as 'Presidents Day'?

  • Presidents' Day or Washington's Birthday? - Infoplease


    But many Americans believe that this holiday is now called "Presidents' Day," in
    honor of both Presidents Washington and Lincoln, whose birthdays are Feb.

  • Presidents' Day - What Does it Mean? - National & State Parks


    The history of Presidents' Day, with links to national parks that commemorate
    Washington, Lincoln, and other past U.S. Presidents.

  • Presidents' Day | United States holiday | Encyclopedia Britannica


    Presidents' Day, officially Washington's Birthday, in the United States, holiday (
    third Monday in February) popularly recognized as honouring George ...

  • By George, IT IS Washington's Birthday!


    One newly created holiday—Columbus Day—was positioned on the second
    Monday .... Had the name of the holiday been changed to Presidents' Day,
    McClory ...