In the United States, Thanksgiving Day would celebrate in November. Last year Thanksgiving Day celebrated on November 28.
There are few interesting facts about thanksgiving day that you must know:
AAA forecasts said in the news that 54.3 million American would travel 50 miles or more than that for Thanksgiving in 2018.
USDA reported that in 2017, 245 million Turkish were raised in the United States. Moreover, in the same year in the United States, 9.05 million barrels of cranberries also were implemented.
Few days before, President received turkey in a ceremony at the White House.
Harry S president began the tradition, and Geroge bush was the first pardon the bird and not eat it.
The first Thanksgiving was observed in fall 1621. A good festival was held to lead Massachusetts Governor William Bradford to plan thanksgiving. Almost ninety percent of Active American attend the event.
In 1789 President George Washington proclaimed a day of national thanksgiving to 26 November. There was not Thanksgiving Day for many years, but many celebrate thanksgiving holidays.
On 3rd October 1863, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed the national day of thanksgiving to Thursday in November.
After that in 1939, President Franklin D Roosevelt said the thanksgiving day one week earlier to boost the shopping season of Christmas.
According to Congress rule of 1941, the fourth Thursday of November will be observed thanksgiving Day and a federal holiday.