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Who was the lady that made Thanksgiving a holiday?

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The lady that made Thanksgiving a holiday was Sara Josepha Hale. Sara successfully lobbied Abraham Lincoln and had Thanksgiving established as a holiday on November 26, 1863 by presidential proclamation.

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