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Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, April 19, 2012 | 0 comments
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Image: Poker: Queens and Aces, by Clifford Photography on Pixabay

April 19th is... National Poker Day, Lucretia Garfield's Birthday (1832), Revolutionary War (1775), National Garlic Day, Bicycle Day, John Parker Day, Humorous Day, National Amaretto Day, Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day/Oklahoma City Bombing Remembrance, White Women's Equal Pay Day, National Hanging Out Day, Primrose Day (UK), Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Action Day, National North Dakota Day, Biomedical Research Awareness Day, National Spice Smoking Day, National Rice Ball Day, Landing of the 33 Patriots Day (Uruguay), Patriots' Day (Florida), Sierra Leone Republic Day, St. Alphege's Day, St. Leo IX's Day

MORE: Good Friday, Passover (sundown), World Marbles Day, Ta'anit Bechorot, Espresso Italiano Day (Italy)

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More Holiday Printables:
Facts and Printables About the American Revolution
Garlic colouring pages

Lucretia Garfield's Birthday (1832)
- Wife of Union General James A. Garfield. Lucretia Rudolph was born on April 19, 1832, in Hiram, Ohio, the eldest of four children of Zebediah Rudolph, a prosperous carpenter-farmer, and Arabella Mason Rudolph.

Revolutionary War (1775)
- On April 19, 1775, British and American soldiers exchanged fire in the Massachusetts towns of Lexington and Concord. On the night of April 18, the royal governor of Massachusetts, General Thomas Gage, commanded by King George III to suppress the rebellious Americans, had ordered 700 British soldiers, under Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith and Marine Major John Pitcairn, to seize the colonists' military stores in Concord, some 20 miles west of Boston.

National Garlic Day
- The plant of the day according to the medieval calendar is garlic (Allium sativum*), dedicated to St Leo. Garlic probably has more folklore associated with it than any other plant food, which is not surpising due to its ancient origins, widespread distribution and its strong smell and pungent taste.





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About Catherine: I have been writing frugal tips since 1982, when I was a young divorced mom of two - for my baby product company, Born to Love. I am now mom to three sons, who are all grown up, grandma to three - and happily re-married to a wonderful man. We have rescued two little dogs, Denny and Dexter - and a cat, Bella.

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