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Old 11-21-2005, 01:57 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by Jugs
England has a kind of harvest day in October, but no Thanksgiving. That holiday is strictly North American, and is a day to honour the feast that the pilgrims and Indians had as a sign of their new - and short-lived- peaceable living arrangements.

Canada celebrates Thanksgiving the second Monday in October. Traditionally it's a quiet holiday, with a big dinner with familyand that's about it. The Amercians celebrate it on the 24th of November, and traditionally it's a three ring circus, and also the official start of the Christmas holidays.
they should change the name..from thanksgiving to christmas shopping eve....
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