How Thanksgiving Came To Be....

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In Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday of October. The first Canadian Thanksgiving was celebrated on April 15, 1872 in thanks of the recovery of the future King Edward VII from a serious illness. But the major reason why Canadians celebrated Thanksgiving is because we are thankful for a successful harvest. The harvest season falls earlier in Canada than the United States, simply because Canada is Continue...


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Ever since the very first harvest, about 2000 years ago, people have been thankful for a very prosperous bounty. " During the American Revolution, Americans who were still loyal to England and the crown moved to Canada and brought over with them the traditional Thanksgiving rituals that were associated with an American Thanksgiving. Because of this, Canadian and American Thanksgiving have many characteristics and traditions that are very similar to each other. Harvest celebrations have been around for a long time. Some say that duckgoose was served at the first Thanksgiving, some say turkey, and some say venison was served at the first Thanksgiving. For example the tradition of the cornucopia and serving pumpkin pie are customs that both, American and Canadian Thanksgiving follow. The custom of serving turkey at the Thanksgiving table is widely debated. In 1957, Parliament announced that on the second Monday in October that Thanksgiving would be "a day of general thanksgiving to almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed. It doesn"tmt really matter what you serve at your Thanksgiving table, as long as you are thankful to God for all that you have been blessed with and for all the good that has happened in your life so far.

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A MULTITUDE OF FAITHS
history learns, came to America not for wealth or political objectives, but to worship according to their own beliefs, free of persecution. Thanksgiving, as (3018 12 )

Personal Family Event
Aunt: Then he came in and said, "Well, if you're going to do it now, let's do it right." Uncle Friend: OK, like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's, right? (1503 6 )

Stereotypes of Native American Indians
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America: a New England, a New World
killing 3 and wounding 8. The Boston Massacre, as it came to be Across the United States families eschew denominational holidays to reunite on Thanksgiving. (1200 5 )

The Temperance Movement
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Old World Perceptions of the New World
of a great tree loaded with cicles, the ice and branches came so tumbling with food in the first harsh winter informs the folklore of American Thanksgiving. (2585 10 )