Labor Day

The United States Congress first declared Labor Day to be a federal holiday in 1894.  All 50 states celebrate it.  It was designed to give the working citizens a day off work, and is now celebrated with parades and picnics.  Labor Day is the symbolic end of summer.

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~ by eliciamoose on September 2, 2008.

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