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Thanksgiving Date History and Franklin D Roosevelt
So when U.S. retailers begged him to move Thanksgiving up a week to increase the shopping days before Christmas, he agreed. He probably considered it a ...
Abraham Lincoln's 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation
Thanksgiving did not become a national holiday in the United States until the fall of 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation declaring that ...
Thanksgiving - Myths and Realities of Thanksgiving
In America today, Thanksgiving is generally seen as a time to get together with loved ones, eat a ridiculously large amount of food, watch some football, and of ...
Thanksgiving Calorie Calculator - Walking - About.com
Use the Thanksgiving calorie calculator to total your Thanksgiving dinner calories and see how far you must walk in steps, miles and kilometers to burn them off.
Sarah Josepha Hale Letter to Abraham Lincoln About Thanksgiving
You may have observed that, for some years past, there has been an increasing interest felt in our land to have the Thanksgiving held on the same day, in all the ...
Thanksgiving Chemistry - About.com
Are you looking for some chemistry associated with the Thanksgiving holiday or just some fun chemistry projects you can do on Thanksgiving? Here is a ...
Thanksgiving Traditions and Trivia - Christianity - About.com
These Thanksgiving traditions and trivia include common traditions and some little known trivia about the Thanksgiving Day holiday. They are presented here to ...
French Thanksgiving Terms
Thanksgiving is not celebrated in France, so here is some French vocabulary related to the American holiday.
Fast Facts About Thanksgiving - History and Traditions
Many societies have a day set aside to give thanksgiving for the many blessings they enjoy. In the United States, Thanksgiving has become a time for families ...
Erntedankfest: Thanksgiving in Germany - German Language
The first thing you learn when you begin researching Thanksgiving traditions — in the Americas, in Germany, or elsewhere — is that most of what we "know" ...