A Brief History of Saint Patrick's Day: From Snakes to Shamrocks

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Kelly Macquire
by World History Encyclopedia
published on 16 March 2021
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Saint Patrick’s Day is a celebration on March 17th, commemorating the death of Saint Patrick who is the patron saint of Ireland which is very interesting since he was born neither a Christian nor an Irishman! Saint Patrick is best known as the patron saint of Ireland, the man who drove snakes from Ireland, and the man who used the shamrock to explain the holy trinity.

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Encyclopedia, W. H. (2021, March 16). A Brief History of Saint Patrick's Day: From Snakes to Shamrocks. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2317/a-brief-history-of-saint-patricks-day-from-snakes/

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Encyclopedia, World History. "A Brief History of Saint Patrick's Day: From Snakes to Shamrocks." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified March 16, 2021. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2317/a-brief-history-of-saint-patricks-day-from-snakes/.

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Encyclopedia, World History. "A Brief History of Saint Patrick's Day: From Snakes to Shamrocks." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 16 Mar 2021. Web. 27 Sep 2021.