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Abraham Lincoln named Thanksgiving.

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The president that declared Thanksgiving is George Bush cause his family was Indian and he was Pilgrim so the family together made a holiday named thanksgiving...... Hope that answers your question

No one named Thanksgiving it was meant for giving thanks

who was the president that declared thanksgiving a holiday

It is named Thanksgiving because the Pilgrims wanted to give thanks to God for their harvest and other blessings.

President Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a holiday in 1863.

when did the tradition of thanksgiving start

President Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a holiday in the year 1863.

President Abraham Lincoln made Thanksgiving a Federal Holiday in 1864.

President thurgood marshall

President Abraham Lincoln was the first to proclaim Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863.

The President celebrates Thanksgiving just the same as we do, with his friends and family, although he is still busy running America.

Thomas Jefferson is the president who scoffed at the idea of a national Thanksgiving day.

which American President never celebrated thanksgiving and considered it unecessary

He pardons the turkey prior to Thanksgiving and then has a Thanksgiving feast to celebrate it.

Which president moved the date of Thanksgiving twice?

No president did this because there is no such thing as "novender".

Abraham Lincoln made Thanksgiving a national holiday.

No president made Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1789, Abraham Lincoln did on October 3, 1863.

"President Thomas Jefferson opposed the idea of having a day of thanksgiving fearing the sanction of the government for religion." See link.

President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving as a national holiday.

Why did president Abe Linccon move Thanksgiving day to the fourth thursday of November?

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