Thanksgiving was first celebrated by pilgrims in America as a feast to give thanks to God for a good harvest. Now we celebrate it to give thanks to our loved ones for all they do for us, as well as for all the good things we have in life.
It was a normal event each year to fast for a week and then have a dinner to celebrate the harvest. The Pilgrims called it Homeharvest. In 1621 they had their first good harvest and had their dinner. Our view of this event comes from 1700’s artists renditions of what happened. It was Lincoln who declared Thanksgiving a holiday in 1863.
No Cuba does not celebrate Thanksgiving.
Egypt does not celebrate Thanksgiving.
Ireland do not celebrate Thanksgiving.
Everyone can celebrate thanksgiving.
No Russia Does Not Celebrate ThanksGiving.
Granada does not celebrate Thanksgiving.
Japan does not celebrate thanksgiving.
Australia does not celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is not relevant to Austalian history.
They don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is an American holiday.
no they don't celebrate Thanksgiving .
Scotland does not celebrate Thanksgiving at all.
they don't celebrate Thanksgiving.
Mexicans do not celebrate thanksgiving. But if your American Mexican, then yes, you can celebrate it.
They DO celebrate Thanksgiving in Turkey. They celebrate the same way we do.
yes we do celebrate thanksgiving we celebrate it by roasting pig and eating with our family.
No, Christians celebrate Thanksgiving.
no. but sometimes they do celebrate thanksgiving in hawaii it depends
They celebrate Thanksgiving on Monday, October the 20th.
Brazilians don't celebrate thanksgiving
Americans and Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is a US holiday. Samoans and other nations do not celebrate the US thanksgiving.
They don't celebrate Thanksgiving because they have their own traditions.
Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday in October.
No, people in England do not celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving.
They celebrate Thanksgiving just like everyone else.