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Last week we celebrated one of our nation’s most overlooked holidays – Columbus Day, the annual observance of Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the Americas. It was Oct. 12, 1492, that the explorer first spotted land after a two-month voyage from Europe.
Columbus Day has been a federal holiday since 1970.
Today, it is primarily observed in schools, used to teach students a history lesson about America’s dawning days.
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