Who doesn’t love St. Patrick’s Day and wearing of the green. The holiday has grown universal in America with most everyone celebrating the Scotch-Irish heritage that has been so important to our country’s history. While the holiday has grown, Americans …
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St. Patrick’s Day and Irish Demographics
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March 17, 2016 – 8:12 am
For all or us who like to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and are not Irish, it is reassuring to note that St. Patrick wasn’t Irish either. This is according to USA Today in an article about St. Patrick’s Day traditions. …
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