Presidents Day

Today is the U.S. federal holiday officially called Washington's Birthday, but most Americans now call it Presidents Day. Schools often take the day to learn more about George Washington, Abraham Lincoln (whose birthday is February 12), and other presidents from history. If you want to do the same, there's a lot of great articles in the Neatorama archives that make presidential history more interesting than you thought!

43 Facts about 44 Presidents

Presidential Superstitions

5 Nastiest U.S. Presidential Elections in History

Three Presidential Tragedies (Other Than Assassinations)

Great Moments in Presidential Debt

A Sitting President's Memorial

Grover Cleveland's Deadly Secret

Happy Birthday, Teddy Roosevelt!

And if you happen to have the holiday off work, you'll find a lot more interesting things to read at The Best of Neatorama!

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