Thu Dec 28th

Pledge Of Allegiance Day

Pledge of Allegiance Day, which falls on the date Congress adopted the Pledge into the United States Flag Code, was commemorated on December 28th.

On December 28, 1945, the Pledge of Allegiance was officially recognized by Congress for the Pledge of Allegiance. Francis Bellamy is lauded for penneing the Pledge of Allegiance. The Youth's Companion, a youth magazine, first published it anonymously on September 8, 1892, under the heading "The Pledge." It was published in honor of the discovery of America on the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the United States.

The National Flag Conference inserted text of the pledge into legislation in 1923 and 1924. Although updates were made, the pledge remained virtually unchanged. At the same time, the conference didn't designate it as the official pledge at the same time. It read: It read: In its original form, it read:

In this version, only the minor changes were made: the small changes resulted: the little changes: this version had no changes: the small changes were made: this version had to be redesigned:

In reaction to the anti-Communist sentiment sweeping the country during the Cold War, Congress added the word "under God" on Flag Day in 1954.

How to celebrate #pledgeofallegianceday

Learn more about the Pledge of Allegiance, its origins, and what it means. Recite the pledge. To post on social media, use the hashtag #PledgeOfAllegianceDay.

The pledge of allegiance day history has been a part of history

Several attempts to establish a national day in honor of the Pledge of Allegiance have failed over the years. Congress has passed the Pledge of Allegiance. Others have failed. Pledge Days, large and small, around the world, are focusing on the pledge, the flag, and the Nation as a whole. We'll go into detail about those attempts below. Interestingly, none of the patriotism exercises point to a holiday taking place on December 28th.

Grade school students are the most disadvantaged students in the United States

Pledge of Allegiance Day takes place on April 30th, 1970s. The date refers to President George Washington's inauguration on April 30, 1789, according to the significance of the date. The campaign was launched by third-grade students and their mentor, Mrs. Priore from Cleveland Hill School in Cheektowaga, NY. Their campaign gained some traction with editorials and articles distributed around the country. However, their efforts in no way resulted in any continuing observance.

Legisl designations are included in congressional names

Congress received a petition for National Pledge of Allegiance Day in 1982, but no action was taken.

The House voted to designate September 8, 1988, as Francis Bellamy Pledge of Allegiance Day, in the same decade. No further action was taken as a result of the document's referral to the Post Office and Civil Service Committee for review, but no further action was taken.

National Pledge of Allegiance Day was held the following year. H.J.Res. House of Representatives H.J.Res. "The Pledge" first appeared in print on September 8, 1989, as National Pledge of Allegiance Day in honorion of the first day "The Pledge" was published in print. The resolution also requested that the Pledge of Allegiance be included in the 500th anniversary commemorative activities in honor of America's discovery. In 1992, the centennial took place. A commemorative stamp was issued this year.

The Senate passed Resolution 378 designating June 14, 2004 as National Pledge of Allegiance as a way to reaffirm the United States flag as a unique symbol of the country and its ideals.