Thinking of Presidents

Friday is Inauguration Day for Donal Trump which is making me think about Presidents.

Washington's Innauguration, New York, Washington's BirthdayThe first Inauguration Day in the United States was in 1789 in New York City.

See: Washington’s Birthday III

President Washington, Washington's Birthday, President's Day - Marx Presidential FigureWashington is one of my favorite Presidents and I have a little Marx figurine of him sitting on top of my computer in my home office.

Presidents Washington and Lincoln - Presidents' Day - Marx Presidential FigurinesHe is joined by a Lincoln figurine whereas the rest of the Presidents from the set are on a shelf in my living room.

See my post: Marx Presidents

Alexander Gardner, President Lincoln, Last Portrait?, Lincoln AssassinationBoth Washington and Lincoln were born in February and there are holidays for both of them next month.

However, most of us only get Presidents’ Day off of work. For more of the history of Presidents’ Day see my post President’s, Presidents’ or Presidents. Do you know when to use each of these variations?

Meet the Presidents, Game, Board Game, Selchow and RichterI am also thinking of an interesting game that I have called Meet the Presidents.

Someday both Obama and Trump will be in some type of game or learning aid about the Presidents. It will only take time.

You can also find out a little bit about the family history of Donald Trump by visiting my post Political Genealogy II.

All of us Americans will get a new President tomorrow and we should all pray that he makes wise decisions for our country.



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