Updated March 1, 2015

Welcome to Mr. Kash's History Page at MrKash.com. I am a history teacher at Madison Middle School in North Hollywood, California. I have designed this website to be used by history students and teachers interested in exploring the Internet as part of their studies. The Parents section provides parents access to what students are doing in my class on a daily basis. The site is frequently updated to highlight the celebrations and events of the month. I hope you enjoy yourself and learn something. Feel free to email me with comments and suggestions at jkash@mrkash.com.


March Holidays and Events


Every March, we celebrate and honor great women in history. Where would we be without the likes of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Tubmam, and so many more. Learn more about famous, and not so famous women by clicking on the links.
National Women’s History Project
Women’s History Month from the History Channel
Women of Accomplishment: An Internet Scavenger Hunt


NEA's Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on or around Dr. Seuss's birthday. In 2010 it will be celebrated on Tuesday, March 2.
Read Across America Day

Boston Massacre

Before the American Revolution, King George and the British Parliament passed strict laws to control their American colonies. American colonists resisted the new laws. On March 5, 1770, British soldiers fired on a mob of colonists in Boston. This incident, known as the Boston Massacre, moved American colonists closer to rebellion and revolution.
The Boston Massacre Historical Society
The Boston Massacre
The Account of The Boston Massacre – As reported in The Boston Gazette and Country Journal

James Madison’s Birthday

Fourth President of the United States, James Madison, was born on on March 16, 1751. “Little Jemmy,” was our smallest president at 5' 4" but certainly not in brain power. Learn more about the “Father of the Constitution” below.
Biography of James Madison - from the White House website
President James Madison
James Madison - POTUS

St. Patrick's Day comes from Ireland. It is a national holiday and holy day. St. Patrick’s Day honors the death of Patrick who patron saint of Ireland. On March 17, don’t forget to wear your green.
St. Patrick’s Day on the Net
The History of St. Patrick’s Day

Cesar Chavez Day

California has established an official state holiday to honor Latino labor leader Cesar Chavez. Cesar Chavez Day is intended to promote service to the community in honor of Chavez's life and work. This day will be celebrated on March 31st, in honor of Chavez's birthday.
Cesar Chavez Day
Cesar Chavez Day – Information and Resources for Educators
Cesar Chavez National Holiday


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