Why do we celebrate Columbus Day?
Is it necessary to celebrate because some Italian guy “discovered” the America’s
- Joseph BLv 41 month agoBest Answer
To pacify the Italians. Other than that, there is no reason, because, unless we count Puerto Rico, Columbus never set foot on what is now the United States.
- rustbucketLv 64 weeks ago
It is little known that Columbus was part descendant of African blood and it was the reason the Royalty of Italians at that time refused to back his shortcut to India. The Spanish saw nothing to lose and backed Columbus for his journey across the sea. Certainly, after finding an island with natives and returning from the new world he found little fame than he does today.
- 4 weeks ago
hell if i know lmao
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- NickLv 51 month ago
Amerigo Vespucci is just as much a hero as Christopher Columbus.
- Const. KingLv 71 month ago
To give all the state & federal workers another day off.
- armourorLv 51 month ago
another American Lie he never discovered the USA Irish Monks did
John Cabot did
- RichardLv 71 month ago
It gives schoolteachers and government workers a day off.
Also, many Italian Americans consider Columbus to be a great guy.
- Greg ToolsonLv 71 month ago
Uniting the two halves of the globe is a fairly significant achievement.
- hamel5Lv 71 month ago
I wish that people would stop messing with Columbus Day. It's a great holiday in the middle of a October - the last of the good weather here. Maybe rename it if that makes people feel better.