Many things! Some include: -turkey -turkey gravy -turkey stuffing -mashed potatoes -cranberries -corn -beans -pie (especially pumpkin!) ....and so much more! The variety of Thanksgiving dinners in America are so open; there are many more things eaten on that day!
all they do is give god thanks and eat turkey
Might be Wake Island I know our troops were left there by the navy and when thousands of Japanese troops landed on the beach we opened up killing them all with minimal casualties. Don't quote me on it, it is a wild guess like all my other answers based on my knowledge. ^^^^ It was in fact...
Where do you live? I will stay home, because it is snowing in VA.
Thanksgiving is a United States holiday celebrated on the fourthThursday in the month of November.
Thanksgiving is observed on the every fourth Thursday of November.
Believe or not believe... Wilton Lamon Marks was baptised a Seventh-day Adventist in India, circa 1946, probably prior to his marriage with my mother! I may even have copies of his baptism certificate. However, after having lived with him as his son for some twenty years, though he had a strong...
They played the Raiders in 2009. In 2010, they host the Saints.
Yes and it can be very deadly
thanksgiving is something people look forward to and the food is homecooked and better than say burger king so when dj drama drops a mixtape it is like thanksgiving w
I just looked it up on vpcalendar.com, & your ?? is faulty. November 25/ 1934 was a Sunday & US Thanksgiving is always on Thursday. Anyway, a certain date such as Nov. 25 is on Sunday or any certain day of the week, 4 times every 28 years. The calendar repeats in a cycle of 11 + 6 + 5 + 6 years....
What is the origin of thinksgiving?
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Yes, Abraham Lincoln introduced Thanksgiving as a national holiday in America on October 3, 1863.
We usually don't celebrate Thanksgiving in Norway...
The forth Thursday of November
Yes, Canada, USA, Liberia and Norfolk island celebrate Thanksgiving.
wild turkeys naturally eat seeds, nuts, berries, and mostly grass. They also sometimes eat bugs, worms, and small insects.
The next four in 2009, 2015, 2020, 2026.
Through the 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys and the WashingtonRedskins have played eight times on Thanksgiving Day. The Cowboyshave a 7-and-1 record in those games. The results are as follows (Dallas victories in bold): .
Nov. 28, 1968 -- Dallas 29, Washington 20 (at The CottonBowl). .
Thanksgiving is not a holiday in Ireland
Thanksgiving Day in 2012 is Thursday, November 22nd.
The Cowboys lost to the Miami Dolphins, 16-14, on Thanksgiving Day (November 25) 1993.
First off, the Thanksgiving you are probably thinking about did not come until MANY hundreds of years after the Incans died. Also, Thanksgiving centered around the Pilgrims is an American holiday. If the Incans did have a sort of holiday to give thanks, they were probably worshipping and thanking...
In the US, November is the month to celebrate Thanksgiving.
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The final score: Miami Dolphins 16, Dallas Cowboys 14. The Cowboys would not lose another game during their quest for a second consecutive Super Bowl.
Mashed Potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing.
The Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumnharvest feast together in 1621. It is now acknowledged as one ofthe first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies.
South Africa does not celebrate thanksgiving. That is an Americanand Canadian custom.
If you are an employee of Macy's you can apply to participate in the parade. You may be selected to hold a balloon or be one of the walkers who accompany floats, often in costume.
Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the last Thursday of themonth of November. Thanksgiving is am American holiday.
Wrong kind of breast silly. Shoot this question over to the knowledgeable folks in recipes and food.
"Alice's Restaurant Massacree" or "Alice's Restaurant" referring to events that occured that day.
see i am not very sure abt ths .but, according to my research......... honourable,chief guest mr./miss(name)(designation),respected principal,staff members...i(your name)(the post u hold)stand before u to deliver the vote of thanks.i thank all the students who hav put in their hardwork to make this...
There should be about 100 pounds of turkey for 100 people. Thereshould be a pound of turkey for each person.
the pilgrams and native Americans ate everything in their gardens such as corn, carrots, potatoes, ect. they also ate turkey and chicken
so that they could come together and become Friends
The Turkey holds that honor. turkey
Thanksgiving will fall on November 24th in the years following: 2011,(5yrs) 2016,(6yrs) 2022,(11yrs) 2033,(6yrs) 2039,(5yrs) 2044,(6yrs) 2050, (11yrs) 2061. Yes. And with the leap years, it follows a 6-5-6-11 year cycle with 2005 being the start of this cycle and 2033 starting the next.
Yes we do, we celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday in October. Canada's Parliament in 1957 passed this proclamation " A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed â¦ to be observed on the 2nd Monday in October." The day is a...
Trick question. Australians don't celebrate Thanksgiving... It's an American holiday.
location of pilgrim's thanksgiving celebretation in 1621.
Samoset and Squanto (Tisquamtum)
If the question was clearer maybe I could suggest an answer.
The children came with them to Mass. There were also 3 little girls who were on the ship alone. The father was mad at the mother of the girls so he arranged for them to be taken with another family. The girls were ages 3,6, and 8 and they died in the first year of colony.
not very good as they didnt have the means of transport that we have today
Iwould say about, 3; depends on the person though...
They wanted to remove themselves and their children from the unhealthy secular influences of English society.
Traditional Thanksgiving food. Turkey, rolls, pie, etc. But not alcohol if that's what you mean.
"The official story has the pilgrims boarding the Mayflower, coming to America and establishing the Plymouth colony in the winter of 1620-21. This first winter is hard, and half the colonists die. But the survivors are hard working and tenacious, and they learn new farming techniques from the...
Yes, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is held in New York City on Thanksgiving day.
They held the feast to thank God for helping them survive through the harsh winter.
Turkey, stuffing, ham, corn, cakes and pies.
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In America, Abraham Lincoln did.
On December the 1st they believe santa comes round and gives them presents instead of on the 25th :)
Because is not part of our culture.
there is a dinosaur that was about as big as a kitten it was mussaurus
we express all the good stuff we have and thank good for our life that's what it means yo express our feelings on thanks giving
In the mid-1960s, the National Football League wanted a lateafternoon game to follow the Detroit Lions' traditionalThanksgiving Day contest. When no other team showed interest,Dallas Cowboys president and general manager Tex Schramm jumped atthe chance because he realized the game would provide his...
Thanksgiving Eve is always the day before Thanksgiving. It is the fourth Wednesday of every November.
Ascension Thursday happens in May and it's the celebration of Mary going to heaven body and soul.
They don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is an American holiday.