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Washington's Birthday is a United States federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February in honor of George Washington, the first President of the ...

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Aug 24, 2016 ... George Washington's Birthday is celebrated as a federal holiday on the third Monday in February. It is one of eleven permanent holidays ...

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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  ...

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Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it is still officially called “Washington's Birthday” by the federal government.

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Well, according to the federal government, the holiday observed on the third Monday in February is officially Washington's Birthday. But many Americans believe ...

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Feb 21, 2017 ... Read CNN's Fast Facts about Washington's Birthday, also called Presidents' Day, a federal holiday marked on the third Monday in February.

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Feb 11, 2011 ... Depending on the calendar, George Washington was born on either February 11, 1731, or February 22, 1732. Life's Little Mysteries explains ...

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In 1879, the United States made Washington's February 22nd Birthday a federal holiday. Today, the third Monday in February is frequently referred to as.

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Some of us think we're observing George Washington's Birthday (perpetually moved to more convenient Monday dates since 1971), some of us think we're ...