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National Trivia Day

National Spaghetti Day (RECIPES)

 

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NATIONAL BIRD DAY

 

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National Bean Day

 

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National Apricot Day

 

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National Milk Day

 

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Swedetown Winter Trails Day

 

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National Gluten-Free Day (RECIPES)

 

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National Bagel Day

National Fresh Squeezed Juice Day (RECIPES)

 

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International Hot and Spicy Food Day

 

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Ditch New Year's Resolutions Day

 

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National Gourmet Coffee Day

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICHIGAN

 

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National Popcorn Day

 

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National Cheese Lovers Day

 

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National Granola Bar Day

 

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National Pie Day [RECIPES]

 

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National Peanut Butter Day (RECIPES)

 

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National Chocolate Cake Day [RECIPES]

 

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National Corn Chip Day

 

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Hot Chocolate Day

 
     

January 18, 2022

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICHIGAN

The history of human activity in Michigan, a U.S. state in the Great Lakes, began with the settlement of the western Great Lakes region by Native Americans perhaps as early as 11,000 BCE. The first European to explore Michigan, Etienne Brule, came in about 1620. The area was part of Canada (New France) from 1668 to 1763. In 1701, the French officer Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, along with fifty-one additional French-Canadians, founded a settlement called Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit, now the city of Detroit. When New France was defeated in the French and Indian War, it ceded the region to Britain in 1763. After the British defeat in the American Revolutionary War, the Treaty of Paris (1783) expanded the United States' boundaries to include nearly all land east of the Mississippi River and south of Canada. Michigan was then part of the "Old Northwest". From 1787 to 1800, it was part of the Northwest Territory. In 1800, the Indiana Territory was created, and most of the current state Michigan lay within it, with only the easternmost parts of the state remaining in the Northwest Territory. In 1802, when Ohio was admitted to the Union, the whole of Michigan was attached to the Territory of Indiana, and so remained until 1805, when the Territory of Michigan was established.[4] Michigan's birthday is on January 26th, 1837.

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