In 1990, the state of South Dakota got rid of Columbus Day and…

In 1990, the state of South Dakota got rid of Columbus Day and renamed it Native American Day, which has been an official state holiday ever since. Several other U.S. cities also celebrate Native Americans by observing Indigenous Peoples Day on the 2nd Monday of October.

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