President Day is an official American holiday. It is celebrated on the third Monday of February, It was established in 1885. This day is popularly recognized as honor George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The holiday became popularly known as Presidents Day. Uniform Monday Holiday Act, an effort to create a three-day weekend for the nation’s workers. While still in many states, the personal holiday is honoring the birthdays and other figures of Washington, Abraham Lincoln, President Day is now seen as a day to celebrate all American presidents, past and present.
The Presidents Day begins in 1880 celebrated in the District of Columbia. It was a federal holiday in 1885. This holiday was organized on February 22 on the birth anniversary of George Washington. Washington was a good American politician. He is often seen as the father of the United States Of America. In 1971, officially this holiday was taken to the third Monday in February.
President Day 2019
President Day Facts 2019
President Day Facts
- The country’s largest President’s Day Parade is held annually.
- George Washington was made two-time president from 1789 to 1793 and 1793 to 1797.
- It is known as a federal holiday, but each state is free to call what they choose and how to celebrate.
- There were four American presidents who were born in February, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, William Harrison, and Ronald Reagan.
President day is celebrated like an Independence Day. It is celebrated as a time of remembrance and patriotic celebration. People visit Madame Tussauds Washington a US President gallery, few people visit president house. the Washington Monument,