This is probably a somewhat recycled post but the pictures aren't recycled. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the United States and it is traditionally celebrated by the eating of turkey. It is loosely based on the Pilgrims in Massachusetts who celebrated a bountiful harvest in 1621 with a huge feast. Their Native American guides were invited as well.
Up until a proclamation by Abraham Lincoln, Thanksgiving in the United States varied from state to state although it was typically celebrate in November. He proclaimed it to be the final Thursday in November. In 1941, Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed a joint resolution of Congress to make it the fourth Thursday of the month.
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