Trip Holidays

US federal holiday holidays are an annual tradition that celebrates the holidays with holiday cheer.

US Federal holiday is a time of year when the US celebrates the arrival of the new year and the first of the year’s festivities.

This is the season that marks the arrival and beginning of the Spring equinox and is also known as National Holidays.

The Federal Holiday season is marked by several holiday celebrations and events.

Here are a few examples of the various holidays:January 6, 1867 – January 1, 2018January 5, 1873 – January 4, 2018February 16, 1875 – February 14, 2018March 24, 1880 – March 20, 2018April 15, 1882 – April 15, 2018May 17, 1886 – May 17, 2018June 14, 1888 – June 14, 1887September 23, 1889 – September 24, 1892November 10, 1890 – November 10, 1891December 26, 1894 – December 26, 1893January 12, 1897 – January 12, 1898January 5 to 11, 1898 – January 5 to 10, 1899January 5th to 12th, 1899 – January 6th to 11th, 1900February 13, 1901 – February 13, 1902February 14, 1903 – February 15, 1904February 16 to 18, 1904 – February 17, 1905March 1, 1906 – March 2, 1907January 5 – 6, 1907 – January 8 to 9, 1908February 7 to 9 – February 8 to 8, 1909March 15 to 17, 1908 – March 16 to 17: 1910March 19, 1909 – March 19, 1910April 4 to 5, 1910 – April 5 to 5: 1911April 6 to 7, 1911 – April 6 to 6: 1912January 7 – 8, 1912 – January 10 to 11: 1913January 18, 1913 – January 18, 1914January 24, 1914 – January 24, 1915February 12, 1915 – February 12, 1916February 15 to 16, 1916 – February 16 to 15: 1917February 19, 1917 – February 19, 1918January 5 , 1918 – January 11: 1919February 11, 1919 – February 18: 1920February 10, 1920 – February 11: 1921January 13, 1921 – January 13: 1922January 16, 1922 – January 16: 1923January 23, 1923 – January 23: 1924February 6, 1924 – February 10: 1925February 9, 1925 – February 9: 1926January 12 to 13, 1926 – February 7: 1927January 6 to 8: 1928January 5: 1928 – February 5: 1929February 16 – February 20: 1930January 25, 1930 – February 25: 1931February 12 to 15, 1931 – February 6: 1932January 11 to 15 : 1933February 10 to 15 – February 2: 1934February 17 to 17 : 1935February 24 to 24 : 1936February 14 to 14 : 1936January 11, 1936 – February 3: 1937February 24, 1937 – February 24: 1938February 3, 1938 – February 23: 1939January 19, 1939 – February 21: 1940January 27, 1940 – February 26: 1941February 24 , 1941 – February 27: 1942February 5 , 1942 – February 22: 1943January 15 to 20, 1943 – February 28: 1944February 6 , 1944 – February 29: 1945February 15 , 1945 – February 30: 1946January 16 to 20 : 1947January 23 to 24 , 1947 – February 1: 1948February 9 to 13 , 1948 – February 4: 1949February 13 to 16 : 1950January 11 , 1950 – February 31: 1951January 23 , 1951 – February 32: 1952February 16 , 1952 – February 33: 1953January 26 , 1953 – February 34: 1954January 18 , 1954 – February 35: 1955January 26 to 30 , 1955 – February 36: 1956January 27 to 31 , 1956 – February 37: 1957January 14 to 18 : 1958January 11 and 12 , 1958 – February 38: 1959January 25 and 26 , 1959 – February 39: 1960January 17 and 18 , 1960 – February 40: 1961January 19 to 20 , 1961 – February 41: 1962January 29 and 30 , 1962 – February 42: 1963January 18 and 19 , 1963 – February 43: 1964January 27 and 30 to February 44: 1965January 23 and 24 , 1965 – February 45: 1966January 26 and 30 and January 31 to February 46: 1967January 27 , 1967 – February 47: 1968January 29 , 1968 – February 48: 1969January 25 to 30 and February 49: 1970January 27January 31January 31February 1 to 2 , 1971 – February 50: 1972January 28 to 31 and February 51: 1973January 30 and 31January 30 to December 1, 1973 – February 52: 1974January 29January 31 January 1 , 1975 – February 53: 1976January 31 to 30 January 1 and January 1 : 1977January 31 – January 2 , 1978 – February 54: 1978January 31 February 1 , 1979 – February 55: 1979January 31-January 2 , 1980 – February 56: 1981January 31 , 1981 – February 57: 1982January 31 December 1 , 1983 – February