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Native American Day 2017
Date When Celebrated: 4th Friday in September
This day is set aside to honor and celebrate Native Americans, the first Americans to live in the U.S. Still commonly referred to as American Indians, the term "Native Americans" has been used in recent years as a sign of respect and recognition that they were indeed the first people to populate our great and wonderful nation.
By the time the first explorers and settlers arrived from Europe, Native Americans had populated the entire North American continent, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the Gulf of Mexico all the way to the northern reaches of Canada.
We encourage you to spend this day, learning about Native Americans, the true original settlers in America.
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As summer ends and the beautiful, golden autumn season begins, people turn back into their homes and redecorate for the season. Browse through a wide selection of fall seasonal and other products at Pumpkin Nook's Market
Halloween and Holiday Jello Molds- brains, hearts, hands, 'n more.
Muffin, candy and pretzel molds, too.
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