Sorry, can’t tell you that until you’ve moved up at least another five degrees….
… most likely with a side of fries…
I wasn’t in doubt as to when Alaska became a state, I was wondering when Alaska declared Christmas to be an official holiday beyond “before they became states and before 1907” – I was able to find it for Hawaii, but not for Alaska.
Alaska and Hawaii were the last US territories to become states, but Christmas was already a legal holiday in those territories before statehood and before 1907.
Hawaii declared it a holiday long before they became part of the USA:
“King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma of Hawaii officially celebrated Christmas in 1856 as a day of Thanksgiving. On Christmas Eve of 1858 Mary Dominis threw a party at Washington Place featuring the first instance of a Christmas tree and Santa Claus in Hawaii. King Kamehameha IV declared it an official holiday in 1862.”
Haven’t been able to find the year for Alaska yet.
You rarely notice the first few ants in the house – it’s when they take over the sugar bowl that the weapons of mass destruction get deployed.
I’m guessing it’ll be whatever the rats contributed.
You forgot the mice, the rabbits, and even the green ship crew who might just “drop in”.
I think you may be overlooking the income from all the hangers-on attending Mar-a-Lago with him every time he goes. How much is he pocketing per head…? Presidential salary? Why bother with that pittance?