Were is celibrated: Alaska

Holiday Type: Local observance

February

16

Wednesday

Elizabeth Peratrovich Day

Every year on February 16, Alaskans honor Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich (1911—1958) “for her courageous, unceasing efforts to eliminate discrimination and bring about equal rights in Alaska” (Alaska Statutes 44.12.065).

Elizabeth Peratrovich Day

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Were is celibrated: Alaska

Holiday Type: State holiday

March

28

Monday

Seward’s Day

Seward’s Day is a holiday in Alaska, the United States, to commemorate the US purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. This state holiday is annually held on the last Monday of March. It should not be confused with Alaska Day.

Seward's Day

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Were is celibrated: Alaska, USA

Holiday Type: State holiday

October

18

Tuesday

Alaska Day

Alaska Day marks the anniversary of the formal transfer of the territory from Russia to the United States and the raising of the United States flag at Sitka on October 18, 1867. It is usually celebrated on October 18 each year.

Alaska Day

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