Updated February 1, 2015
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at MrKash.com. I am a history teacher at Madison Middle School in North Hollywood,
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February Holidays and Events
From Soujourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, and Frederick Douglass, to Martin Luther King, Jackie Robinson, Jesse Owens, and Maya Angelou, we celebrate black Americans this month. February is Black History Month. Learn more below.
BlackPast.org - The Online Reference Guide to African American History
Black History Month – History Channel
African American History Month – Library of Congress
Black History Month Scavenger Hunt
February 2 is Groundhog Day. The legend of Groundhog says that if the groundhog comes out of its hole and sees it's shadow there will be 40 more days of winter. Learn more below.
Groundhog Day: History and Fact
Groundhog Day History
Groundhog Day website
Valentine’s Day celebrates romantic love. Many people like to exchange “Valentine” cards on this day expressing their love. Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Learn about the history and traditions of the holiday of amore.
Valentine’s Day on the Net
Valentine’s Day History
Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday
On February 15, we honor remember Susan B. Anthony on her birthday. This brilliant woman worked her entire life to get women equal rights in the United States, especially the right to vote. Learn more about this inspirational leader below.
Not For Ourselves Alone - The story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
Biography of Susan B. Anthony
Susan B. Anthony Speech - After Being Convicted Of Voting
President’s Day in on February 16th this year. On this day we specifically honor the births of two of our greatest presidents; Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. We also honor all the presidents of the United States.
The History of President’s Day
Learn about all the presidents
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