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The Thanksgiving Holiday in the U.S. stemmed from the Pilgrims survival of their first harvest in America. The Pilgrims celebrated their success with the Indians in 1621. Officially, Thanksgiving became a celebrated holiday since Abraham Lincoln made it official in 1863.

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