In the United States, Daughter's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in September. It is a day to celebrate the special bond between fathers and daughters. On this day, fathers and daughters can spend time together doing things they both enjoy. This might include going for a walk, attending a sporting event, or just spending time talking. It is also a day to show appreciation for all that daughters do for their fathers.
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The celebration of Daughter’s Day began in the United States in 1908. The day was created to celebrate the bond between fathers and daughters. It is thought to have originated from a Father’s Day sermon delivered by Anna Jarvis in West Virginia. In the early 20th century, most Americans lived in rural areas and worked on farms. Fathers and daughters often worked side by side in the fields. This close relationship between fathers and daughters inspired Jarvis to create a day to celebrate their special bond.
Daughter’s Day was originally celebrated on the first Sunday in June. It was later changed to the second Sunday in June to be closer to Father’s Day, which is celebrated on the third Sunday in June. Although Daughter’s Day is not an official holiday, it is a day that is celebrated by many families across the United States.