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and he in 1863 he proclaimed a national Thanksgiving celebration on the last Thursday in November. Roosevelt finally changed the date to the fourth Thursday in November .    President Abraham Lincoln saw it as a way to unite the country.  In 1941.

roast squash. . sweet potatoes. corn. stuffing. Turkey for dinner  Turkey is the big centerpiece of most Thanksgiving celebrations across the United States but it is possible that the pilgrims didn͛t have turkey for their Thanksgiving dinner. brussels sprouts are nowadays on the tables. apple and pumpkin pie.  Turkey. cramberry sauce.

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