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Casimir Pulaski Day

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  • Apropos today: Have you ever had the day off because of Casimir Pulaski Day?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Here’s Something Depressing:

  • Certain school districts in Chicagoland celebrate Casimir Pulaski Day in memory of the Polish general who came to America to help the colonists in the Revolutionary war.

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  • Casimir Pulaski Day, a holiday in honor of the Polish-born cavalry officer fatally wounded in the Revolutionary War.

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  • Even Polish politicians awarded him a "certificate of appreciation," for helping enact "legislation designating the first Monday in March General Casimir Pulaski Day."

    Chicago Reader

  • If you're going to pick a Sufjan Stevens song, it should be Casimir Pulaski Day.

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  • During his recent US tour, Stevens was swooned over by men and women alike, particularly when at his most vulnerable, singing Casimir Pulaski Day, about the death of his teenage sweetheart (gender unspecified).

    The Guardian World News

  • Chicago has a huge Polish population, second only to Warsaw, and Casimir Pulaski Day is an official Illinois state holiday fer heaven's sake.

    Knowledge is Power

  • Interestingly, while Chicago celebrates Casimir Pulaski Day on the first Monday of March he was born on March 4, in Kentucky, General Pulaski Day is celebrated on October 11, the anniversary of his death.

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  • Jr. "but his" Casimir Pulaski Day. "syd Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at

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