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Teaching The interesting history of presidential inaugurations

The interesting history of presidential inaugurations

Today we know Inauguration Day is January 20. But until the ratification of the 20th Amendment in 1933, inaugurations happened in March. In 1788, the Continental Congress declared the official day for presidential inaugurations was March 4.

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