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When we reflect on Thanksgiving, we often have images of the grateful Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians sharing a bountiful feast on a fall New England day.
Gently falling leaves under a blue sky with a cool breeze as the meal unfolds.
True, the holiday dates back to the time the early settlers sat down with their Native American friends and shared good food and fellowship. That was 1621.
Still, it wasn’t until 1863 – two years into the Civil War that President Abraham Lincoln appointed a day of thanksgiving as the last Thursday in November.
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