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For over one thousand years the Irish have celebrated this
day. Yet when it comes to the St. Patrick's Day Parade, this day, its
parade and its heritage are celebrated by all patriotic Americans. Heck,
maybe you did not know that the first St. Patrick's Day parade took place
not in Ireland, but "right cheer" in the
good old US
A. Back on March 17, 1762, Irish soldiers serving in the English
military marched through New York City. Along
with their music, the parade helped the soldiers to reconnect with their Irish
roots, as well as fellow Irishmen serving in the English army.
From 1762 through the early 1790's Irish patriotism among American immigrants
flourished, prompting the rise of so-called
"Irish Aid" societies, like the Friendly
Sons of Saint Patrick and the Hibernian
Society. Each group would hold annual
parades featuring bagpipes (which actually
first became popular in the Scottish and
British armies) and drums.
Finally, in 1848,
several New York Irish aid societies decided
to unite their parades to form one New York
City St. Patrick's Day Parade. Today, that
parade is the world 's oldest civilian
parade and the largest in the United States,
with over 150,000 participants. Each year, nearly three million people
line the one-and-a-half mile parade route to
watch the procession, which takes more than
five hours. Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia,
and Savannah also celebrate the day with parades including between 10,000 to
Further St. Patrick was one of the first successful
missionaries. He set faithful missionaries on a path of study to
learn how St. Patrick dealt with his trials and tribulations prior to setting
out on their own quest to bring the "word" to the people. Of course St.
Patrick is most famous for eliminating all the "snakes (evil ones)" from Ireland and much
much more. Patriots especially appreciate that the
value our founding father placed on St. Patrick. For on March 17, 1776, the day that British
forces under General
Sir William Howe evacuated
Boston during our
American Revolutionary War,
the password of the day at
Continental Army encampment was
"Saint Patrick"! "And
you just can't make this kind of stuff up."
"Top of the morning to you all", and may all
folks have a
terrific, thought provoking, and happy, St. Patrick's day.