List the date of a special event that was held on North America?

On 1 January New Years Day is celebrated all accross North America.

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Which state has the most haunted houses?

The state with the most reported hauntings is Louisiana* with New Mexico second, Arizona third, Maryland fourth, and Tennesse in fifth place. *This study was reported hauntings, there is no record of unreported sightings, which of course there must be some.

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How does North America celebrate Halloween?

Here in North America, people celebrate Halloween in a very particular way. They go to buy costumes of something they want to be, put thecostume on and bring a sack with them. At night, they will step up to somebody's front door, ring the doorbell (take some of the candy if nobody is there) and s...

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What are some Eastern Woodland traditions?

well some are just about wat u would celebrate :)

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How is Halloween in North America celebrated?

Children celebrate halloween by dressing up in scary or cute or funny costumes and going out in their neighborhood house to house trick or treating. Getting candy from each home and if they don't get candy they can play a trick on them.

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What is Halloween about?

Halloween is a celebration on October 31st related to spiders, witches, pumpkin jack o' lanterns, and spooky, scary or evil things. Most kids will do some trick-or-treating on Halloween night. This is when they knock on others' doors in some spooky, evil, Halloween-related disguise (known as a tr...

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National costume of North America?

national costume of north America for boys

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What is Halloween about in the US of America?

Halloween is observed on October 31st and has its roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holiday All Saints' Day, but is today a secular celebration. On Halloween it is common to wear costumes and go trick or treating (go door to door asking for candy).

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Why do Jewish holidays not matter in America?

This is completely untrue. Jewish holidays today are more important than ever to Jews, regardless of which country they live in.

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