Happy Presidents’ Day!
Presidents’ Day was originally designated in honor of George Washington’s birthday and is still legally called “Washington’s Birthday.” The first president of the United States was born on February 22, 1732. Presidents’ Day is a national holiday taking place on the third Monday of every February.
Here is some trivia about our first president, George Washington:
George Washington, 1st President: 1789-1797
Washington was the only American president to be unanimously elected.
Washington never lived in the White House.
The nation’s capital was located in Philadelphia, as well as several other cities, prior to its move to Washington, D.C.
George Washington was the only president who did not represent a political party.
For more trivia about all our presidents, go here.