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How Much Do You Know About The President’s Day?

President’s Day is one of those holidays that doesn’t get too much attention – but it gets a whole lot of people out of work and school! How much do you know about this holiday? Take our quiz to find out!

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What is the "official" name of President's Day?
Washington's Birthday
Lincoln's Birthday
John Adams's Day

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What dates can President's Day fall on?
February 15th-21st
February 10th-15th
February 15th-29th

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What type of holiday is President's Day?
traditional
religious
federal

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What other president is often associated with President's Day, along with George Washington?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
John Adams

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When was Washington's actual birthday?
February 22, 1732
February 15, 1699
February 12, 1750

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President's Day always talks place on what?
the third Monday in February
the third Friday in February
the fourth Monday in February

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When was President's Day (as Washington's Birthday) first observed in any capacity?
1899
1879
1912

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The original implementation of Washington's Birthday impacted:
federal offices nationwide
federal offices in state capitals
federal offices in Washington

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When did Washington's Birthday expand to being observed in ALL federal offices?
1968
1885
1901

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What state, which holds the town that acts as Washington's adopted hometown, celebrates throughout the month of February?
Virginia
Maryland
Massachusetts

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When did Presidents Day begin to be widely acknowledged as such?
mid-1980's
late 1990's
early 1960's

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As a tradition, what has been read every year on at the United States Senate?
George Washington's Inauguration Speech
George Washington's Eulogy
George Washington's Farewell Address

C+, Presidential Runner-Up

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Well, Presidents Day IS a pretty odd holiday to know a lot about - it's not really talked about during the year, and schools don't cover the odds and ends about it in history courses. So don't beat yourself up too much over this score!

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Well, you missed some of the tougher bits of trivia on Presidents Day, but even a score this high is impressive. This is one of those oft-overlooked holidays that you never hear people talk about, so knowing much about it at all will earn you some high marks!

A+, Presidential Professor

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Wow! Presidents Day is one of those holidays you rarely hear about, but you sure know a ton about it! You might as well be declared the President of Presidents Day trivia! Okay, that was a lame joke, but there's not many other ways to express how great you did here! Good work!
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1
What is the "official" name of President's Day?
Washington's Birthday
Lincoln's Birthday
John Adams's Day
2
What dates can President's Day fall on?
February 15th-21st
February 10th-15th
February 15th-29th
3
What type of holiday is President's Day?
traditional
religious
federal
4
What other president is often associated with President's Day, along with George Washington?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
John Adams
5
When was Washington's actual birthday?
February 22, 1732
February 15, 1699
February 12, 1750
6
President's Day always talks place on what?
the third Monday in February
the third Friday in February
the fourth Monday in February
7
When was President's Day (as Washington's Birthday) first observed in any capacity?
1899
1879
1912
8
The original implementation of Washington's Birthday impacted:
federal offices nationwide
federal offices in state capitals
federal offices in Washington
9
When did Washington's Birthday expand to being observed in ALL federal offices?
1968
1885
1901
10
What state, which holds the town that acts as Washington's adopted hometown, celebrates throughout the month of February?
Virginia
Maryland
Massachusetts
11
When did Presidents Day begin to be widely acknowledged as such?
mid-1980's
late 1990's
early 1960's
12
As a tradition, what has been read every year on at the United States Senate?
George Washington's Inauguration Speech
George Washington's Eulogy
George Washington's Farewell Address

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