Federal holidays in the USA

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Federal holidays in the United States of America
's Day 1 January The first day of the new year in the modern Gregorian
, Jr. Day Third Monday in January Civil Rights leader, (1929-1968)
's Birthday (President's day) Third Monday in February The first President of the United States of America
Day Last Monday in May Honors the nation's war dead from the Civil War
Day July 4 Celebrates the Fourth of July 1776.
Day First Monday in September Celebrates the achievements of workers and their movement.
Day Second Monday in October Honors the traditional discoverer
of the Americas.
Day November 11 Honors all former soldiers of the United States armed forces.
Day Fourth Thursday in November Traditionally celebrates the autumn harvest. Traditionally includes the consumption of a turkey
Day December 25 Celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ by Christians