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The Month of September in United States
September is 9th month of each year in the modern day calendars. It has thirty days. Until 153 BCE, September was 7th month of each year in the Roman calendar. It was the 9th month in the predecessor of today’s Gregorian calendar also, the Julian Calendar. There are a total of 4 different months in Gregorian calendar with 30 days and September is the third of them.
September got its name during the time when the first month of the calendar was March in Roman Calendar. The term September came into existence from a Latin word Septem which translates to “Seven” in English. It was because September was 7th month of year at that time. Some more names of September in different cultures are;
Septembre in Middle English
September Mensis in Latin which means “Seventh Month”
Gerst Monath by Anglo Saxons which means “Barley Month”
In the Roman calendar, it was 7th month and had 30 days. Later, when January and February became the beginning months of year, the new length of the month September became 29 days. Much later, Julius Caesar added one more day to the September month making it of 30 days length. And, it has 30 days up to the present time.
Most of the schools in the USA finally open in September month after a long Summer Break. Therefore, all the students come home from their vacations and trips to start their new school sessions. September in Northern Hemisphere is a seasonal equivalent of the third month of year, March, in Southern Hemisphere.
The Birth Flowers of the month September are Forget me not, aster and morning glory. On the other hand, its birthstone is Sapphire which symbolizes clear thinking.
Labor Day in the United States
When Is Labor Day 2019?
Labor Day 2019: Mon, 2 Sep 2019
Labor day is on the very first Monday in the month of September each year. The celebrations of Labor Day in the USA symbolizes the hard work of various labor unions and their contribution to the nation’s economy. This year, it is on 2 September.
Labor Day is an official public holiday. All the schools, government organizations and most of the businesses stay closed on this day. It is the last chance for the students to go on trips before their summer vacations finish. Many students organize parties also on this day to do some enjoyment before the start of school.
On the eve of Labor Day, many people display firework shows, public arts and organize sports events and barbecues also. The American football Season also starts on or around this day. Many football teams play their season’s first game during the Labor Day weekend.
Most of the events people organize on this day are low key events. It’s because it’s the last opportunity for them to go on summer trips. Roads are a little crowded on Labor day and hence the public transit is usually late.
The first ever celebrations of Labor Day occurred in 1882. Central Labor Union showed interest for first time in creating a holiday especially in honor of labors. That’s how the stems of Labor Day originated. Later, it became a federal holiday after 12 years in 1894.
Originally, labor day was meant to have a street parade so that the people can acknowledge the contribution of trade and labor organizations to the nation’s economy. A festival was also meant to be held after the parade to amuse the families of local workers. Later, many prominent men and women started giving speeches also on this day. These things are very uncommon today but sometimes seen in election time.
The United States celebrates Labor Day on the first Monday of September month every year while the rest of the world celebrate it on May 1. It’s so to provide the people with an extra holiday with the weekend. There is a long gap in holidays between Independence Day which is on 4 July and Thanksgiving which is on the fourth Thursday in the month of November. In order to fill this gap, Labor day’s celebrations occur on the first Monday of September.