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President's Day, 2012

Happy President's Day!!! When I was younger we didn’t have a day to celebrate all U.S.Presidents. Instead we split the day intwo and recognized Abraham Lincoln and George Washington since their birthdayswere both in February…..so, I’m linking to two past articles. The first involves Lincoln and theEmancipation Proclamation. This articleoriginally appeared at History Is Elementary as well as American PresidentsBlog in 2008.
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