Where was the first American celebration of Arbor Day?

Question: Where was the first American celebration of Arbor Day?

The given options are as follows:

Maine
California
Nebraska

The correct answer is: Nebraska

Fact: The first Arbor Day in the United States was organized by Nebraska newspaper editor and politician J. Sterling Morton on April 10, 1872. Volunteers planted about 1 million trees that day in Nebraska. By 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt actively promoted a national observance of Arbor Day as a way to encourage the planting of trees and curb the destruction of forests. Today, many other countries celebrate similar tree planting days.

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