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onir onir 26-30, F 10 Answers Jul 11 in Community

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Yes--we call it Columbus Day, even though we were "found" by Amerigo Vespuci. And Leif Ericson. And some Irish dude. And who knows who else.

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No and I reckon if you asked any teen here who Captain Cook was they'd not have a clue.

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Here in the US we don't. We have 4th of July that celebrates the declaration of independence but nothing to celebrate the day we actually started fighting or won independence.

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Ha, I read that as founded. Derp.

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I was in Cairns 26th January. What a party!

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Kangaroo court in the shrimp on the barbi day.

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No, we don't celebrate Australia day

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Yes, it's called a birthday ;)

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4th of July for us Mericans!

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I know of 4th if July but do you celebrate when America was found

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That was the day we announced our separation from GB. And the traditional beginning of the Revolutionary War.

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She knows of the 4th of July; but DO YOU CELEBRATE WHEN AMERICA WAS FOUND?

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Well, there is Columbus Day but I'm mixed on that... a lot of Native Americans suffered from European conquest so I'll just stick with the 4th...

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To which the answer might be "No, because there is no clear date to choose since Europeans have been visiting north America for over a thousand years."

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Guilty as charged, your Honor...

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independence day

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No indepedence day when you got freedom I'm mean do you have a day when America was found?

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Thats when we became a nation, there is no clear record of when america was found because native american indians were here for a long time before settlers came in a killed them all

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o_O

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It was conquistadors that started that, not settlers. North America included Mexico and Canada at that time, don't forget.

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