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Constitution/Citizenship Day   Tags: government documents, government information  

This LibGuide will give you basic information on Constitution/Citizenship Day celebrated on September 17.
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This guide is intended to provide information and website links on the U.S. Constitution and Citizenship. If you have questions that cannot be answered here, please do not hesitate to:

  1. send an e-mail: or Library Reference
  2. call David Flores (361) 593-2918 or Library Reference (361) 593-3319
  3. visit: the Jernigan Library



What is Constitution/Citizenship Day?

Constitution/Citizenship Day is an American federal observance that recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens.  It is usually observed on September 17th.

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