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Legal Holidays In Various States
Jan. 1, New Year's Day. All the States (including District of Columbia),
except Mass., Miss. and N. H.
Jan. 19, Lee's Birthday. In Ga., Fla., N. C, S. C., Va., Ala., Ark.
Feb. 12, Lincoln's Birthday. In Col., Conn., Del., Ill., Kans., Mass.,
Minn., Nev., N. J., N. Y., N. Dak., Penn., Wash. and Wyo.
Feb. 22. Washington's Birthday. In all the States and District of
Columbia; in Miss., observed in the schools.
April 14, 1911, Good Friday. In Ala., Dela., Fla., La., Md., Minn.,
N.J., Penn., Tenn.
April 19, Patriots' Day. In Me. and Mass.
April 26, Confederate Memorial Day. In Ala., Fla., Ga., and Miss.
May, second Sunday, Mothers' Day, recognized in sixteen States.
May 10, Confederate Memorial Day. In N. C and S. C.; in Tenn., second
Friday of May.
May, last Friday, Pioneer Day. In Mont.
May 30, Decoration Day. In all States and Territories, and the District
of Columbia. except Fla., Ga., Ida., La., Miss., N.C., S. C., Tenn.,
Tex. In Va., called Confederate Memorial Day.
June 3, Jefferson Davis' Birthday. In Fla. Ga., Ala., Miss., Tenn., Tex.
and S. C. In La., called Confederate Memorial Day.
July 4, Independence Day. In all States, Territories and the District.
Sept. 4, 1911, Labor Day. In all States, Territories and the District.
except N. Dak.
Oct. 12, Columbus Day. In N. Y., Penn., Ill., Conn., N. J., Mich.,
Mont., Calif., O., Md., Ky., and R. I.
Nov. 1, All Saints' Day. In La.
November--General Election Day. In Ariz., Calif., Col., Del., Fla.,
Ida., Ill. (Chicago, Springfield and East St. Louis only), Ind., Ia.,
Kans., Ky., La., Md., Mich., Minn., Mo., Mont., Nev., N. H., N. J., N.
Mex., N. Y., N. C., N. Dak., O. (5:30 a. m. to 9 a. m. only). Okla.,
Ore. (Presidential only), Penn., R. I., S. C., S. Dak., Tenn., Tex., W.
Va., Wash., Wis., Wyo.
By act of March 3, 1875, elections of Representatives in Congress take
place on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in Nov., 1876, and
every second year thereafter.
Nov. 30, 1911, Thanksgiving Day, observed in all the States, Ariz., N.
Mex. and the Dist. of Col.
December 25, Christmas Day. In all the States, Territories and the
Arbor Day. In Ariz., Me., Md., N. Mex., Wis., Wyo., and Penn., by
appointment of the Governor. Tex., Feb. 22; Neb., Apr. 22; Utah., Apr.
15; R. I., second Friday in May; Mont., second Tuesday in May; Ga.,
first Friday in December; Col. (in the schools), third Friday in Apr.;
Okla., Friday after second Monday in March; Ark., first Saturday in
Every Saturday after 12 o'clock noon; in Calif., public offices; in
Ill., cities of 200,000 or more inhabitants; in Md., Mich., N. Y., N.
J., O., Penn., R. I., Va., Dist. of Col. (for banking); New Orleans,
Charleston, La. and Mo., cities of 100,000 or more inhabitants; in Tenn.
(State and county offices); in Col., for June, July, August; in Ind.,
from first Saturday in June to last Saturday in October, for public
offices in counties with a county seat of 100,000 or more population.
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