(Memorial Day) in USA
Amerikaner feiern den Memorial Day, indem sie Friedhöfe und Gedenkstätten besuchen. In the United States, cemetery decoration practices have been recorded in the Appalachian regions of West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, northern South Carolina, northern Georgia, northern and central Alabama, and northern Mississippi. However, a bronze statue of all three women gazing upon Reuben Hunter's grave now stands near the entrance to the Boalsburg Cemetery. In , some Southern public figures began adding the label "Confederate" to their commemorations and claimed that Northerners had appropriated the holiday.