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LC control 85044425
LC classificationBV50.E7
Topical headingEpiphany
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Variant(s)Three Kings' Day
Twelfth day
Twelfth night
See alsoFasts and feasts
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Jesus Christ--Nativity
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Found inCarlson, L. Hurray for Three Kings Day!, c1999: author's note (When ... librarian Pura Belpre started programs for Spanish-speaking children in New York in the 1940s and 1950s, she decided to emphasize Three Kings' Day, because she knew that all Latin Americans celebrated and respected this most special day of the year ... Today, Three King's Day is just as popular among people of Latino heritage), March 7, 2000 (Jan. 6, Dia de los Santos Reyes is the day when Mexicans exchange Christmas presents in accordance with the arrival of the three gift-bearing wisemen to Jesus Christ), March 7, 2000 (Three Kings' Day, Jan. 6, Commemorates the visit to the Baby Jesus of the Three Kings bearing gifts.)