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  1. History of Money from Ancient Times to Present Day (Davies)
      Provides a history. 10-09

  2. This Day in History (History Channel)

  3. History of the Computer (Polsson)
      Starts in 1947 with the beginnings of the modern day microcomputer.

  4. Mother's Day (Melizo)
      Provides a poem, activities for mother, and a history of Mother's Day.

  5. Mother's Day - A History (Melizo)
      Provides a history of Mother's Day.

  6. Earth Day History and Activities (EarthSite)

  7. Groundhog Day (Patton)
      Provides a history and links for Groundhog Day.

  8. Black History Month Resources

  9. St. Patrick's Day History (Petro)
      Provides the religious and secular history.

  10. Memorial Day History (Petro)
      Provides a history for the observance in the USA.

  11. April Fool's Day History (Petro)
      Provides a history.

  12. Father's Day History (Petro)
      Provides a history.

  13. Fourth of July History (Petro)
      Provides a history of Independence Day for the USA.

  14. Earth Day History (Lawrence and McConnell)
      Provides a history of the development of Earth Day and argues that we should celebrate it on the Spring equinox rather than April 22. Points out that April 22 was set aside for environmental action and education, while the Spring equinox Earth Day was set aside for a much larger purpose. The purpose of the vernal equinox celebration is to "peacefully end the scourge of war…," "provide an opportunity for the children of the disinherited poor to obtain their rightful inheritance in the Earth…," and "redirect the energies of industry and society from progress through products...to progress through harmony with Earth's natural systems for improving the quality of life…." 4-00

  15. Earth Day - A History (Infoplease.com)
      Provides a history of Earth Day, celebrated in schools in the United States on April 22nd. (It is also celebrated globally on the Spring equinox.) 4-01

  16. Flag Day (USFlag.org)
      Provides a history of Flag Day, which is commemorated on June 14th. 2-01

  17. Labor Day Origins (PBS.org - NewsHour)
      Provides a history of the celebration of Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September. "Conceived by America's labor unions as a testament to their cause, the legislation sanctioning the holiday was shepherded through Congress amid labor unrest and signed by President Grover Cleveland as a reluctant elction-year compromise." 2-02

  18. Labor Day Origins (Wilson)
      Provides a history of the celebration of Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September. 2-02

  19. Labor Day Origins (U.S. Department of Labor)
      Provides a history of the celebration of Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September. 2-02

  20. Labor Day Origins (Columbia Encyclopedia)
      Provides a short history of the celebration of Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September. 2-02

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