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Tradition that goes back centuries
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Photo by Louise R. Shaw|Davis Clipper
Photo by Louise R. Shaw|Davis Clipper

Pilgrims sharing their harvest are part of the yard decoration at this Kaysville home. In 1863, while the Civil War was raging, Abraham Lincoln declared a national day of Thanksgiving be held each November. The first celebration of a harvest in the Americas took place in Plymouth in 1621 and was shared by the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians. 


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