Labor Day (U.S.) or Labour Day is a national annual holiday to celebrate workers. It falls on the first Monday of September.
It’s similar to the International Workers’ Day that is celebrated in the other countries in the world.
Generally this federal holiday corresponds with the end of the summer season.
In this important day people celebrate social and economic achievements of American workers by the creation of the labour union movement.
The first Labor Day was celebrated in
in New York by the Central Labor Union. Two years later
that holiday was observed by many industrial centers of the country.
Then, from a legislative point of view, that holiday rose and in 1894 almost the totality of the states followed Labor Day till the Congress approved an act making the first Monday of September of each year a legal holiday in the national territories.
Since the XIX century this Nationwide holiday has a lot of exhibitions with street parades and amusement for workers and their families.