Thanksgiving Day

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On the fourth Thursday of November, Americans all over the country come together to celebrate Thanksgiving Day. It is a time for families to come together and enjoy a feast of traditional foods, including roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. Many people give thanks for the things they are grateful for in their lives by saying prayers before or after eating their Thanksgiving meal.

In this article, we’ll make a deeper understanding of the background of Thanksgiving Day, as well as a number of ways you can celebrate it to its fullest!

Thanksgiving Day

What is Thanksgiving Day?

Thanksgiving Day is one of the most important days in the American calendar. It marks a celebration where people give thanks for all that they are grateful for in life. It is usually celebrated with a feast of dishes such as turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pie.

The History of Thanksgiving Day

A celebration to celebrate harvest season was first held on November 26, 1619, in what is now Maine. When the pilgrims arrived in what is now Massachusetts, they observed a harvest feast held by the Massachusetts Indians. This event inspired the colonists to celebrate a harvest feast on November 26 each year to honor the Wampanoag tribe, also known as “Pocahontas’ people.”

When is Thanksgiving Day?

Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November which falls between September and October. The exact date can vary from year to year. This can cause a problem for those who may wish to take a vacation during this time. If you intend to fly out of the country, it is common practice to book your flights a month before, then tuck into your Thanksgiving meal that day instead. This year it will be on Thursday 24th November.

How is Thanksgiving Day Celebrated?

In America, Thanksgiving Day is a federal holiday that is celebrated with feasting and family gatherings across the nation. This day has been a tradition since the mid-19th century when President Abraham Lincoln declared it a national holiday in 1863. The tradition started more than 200 years before that when the Pilgrims held a harvest feast to thank God for their good fortune.

There are many ways people celebrate Thanksgiving Day. For example, many people like to have turkey for their special day. Thanksgiving Day is a time to be with family and friends and to give thanks for everything good in your life. Many people will pray before or after eating the meal. Also, many families put up Christmas decorations during Thanksgiving as a way of thinking about the holiday that is coming up next.

Why We Love Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is important to Americans because it’s a way for them to show thanks for all they are grateful for in life. Also, Thanksgiving Day can bring people together to have fun and enjoy what they have.

Conclusion

Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in America on the fourth Thursday in November and is a great time for families to gather and feast on turkey dinners. It also presents many opportunities for businesses to make lots of money by organizing dinners or catering events. In short,

It is no mystery why we love Thanksgiving Day the most. This is the one day of the year when Americans come together to give thanks for all they are grateful for in life. It is always exciting and emotional to get together with family and friends that you don’t see too often.