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 What does a shamrock have to do with st. patricks day?

Answer Written history first refers to the shamrock in 1681 as a badge to be worn on the lapel on St. Patrick's Day. In the 1770s, Irish Volunteers wore a shamrock as a patriotic sign. Today, a British ro... Read More »
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Who wears orange on St. Patricks Day?

The tradition of wearing orange is relatively new and is usually practiced by Protestants. Green represents the Catholics while orange represents the Protestants and both colors are present in the ... Read More »
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When did St. Patricks day begin?

St. Patrick died on March 17th, circa 463. The Catholic church established the anniversary of his death a holiday sometime in the early 1600s, but there is evidence of celebrations of St. Patrick's... Read More »
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St. Patricks Day Snack Ideas?

In the middle of March we celebrate St. Patrick's Day by wearing green and drinking beer and generally having a good time in honor of the patron saint of Ireland. Although the actual Irish holiday ... Read More »
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Where was st. patricks day first celebrated in america?

The first St. Patrick's Day celebration in the United States occurred in Boston, Massachusetts. It was celebrated in 1737. It was a secular event, different from the religious celebrations that too... Read More »
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