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The Song “Jingle Bells” Is Thought to Have Been Written for a Thanksgiving Sunday School Program

The Song “Jingle Bells” Is Thought to Have Been Written for a Thanksgiving Sunday School Program

Daven Hiskey November 25, 2010 5

Today I found out the song Jingle Bells is thought to have been written for a Thanksgiving Sunday school program. Jingle Bells was originally called One Horse Open Sleigh and was written by James

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10 Thanksgiving Myths Dispelled

10 Thanksgiving Myths Dispelled

Daven Hiskey November 24, 2010 12

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10 Interesting Thanksgiving Facts

10 Interesting Thanksgiving Facts

Noreen November 23, 2010 22

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The Pilgrims Did Not Celebrate the First Thanksgiving in America

The Pilgrims Did Not Celebrate the First Thanksgiving in America

Daven Hiskey November 19, 2010 5

Myth: The Pilgrims Celebrated the First Thanksgiving in America. The Pilgrims did not celebrate the first Thanksgiving in America. In fact, the particular Pilgrim event that is often cited as the first Thanksgiving wasn’t

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Sarah Hale, Author of “Mary Had a Little Lamb”, Was Largely Responsible for the Establishment of the United States’ Thanksgiving Holiday

Sarah Hale, Author of “Mary Had a Little Lamb”, Was Largely Responsible for the Establishment of the United States’ Thanksgiving Holiday

Daven Hiskey November 19, 2010 4

Today I found out Sarah Josepha Hale, author of Mary Had a Little Lamb, was largely responsible for the establishment of the United States’ Thanksgiving Holiday. Hale, one of the great women in American

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How the Tradition of the Detroit Lions Playing on Thanksgiving Got Started

How the Tradition of the Detroit Lions Playing on Thanksgiving Got Started

Daven Hiskey November 17, 2010 0

Today I found out how the tradition of the Detroit Lions playing on Thanksgiving got started. In 1934, radio executive G.A. Richards bought the Portsmouth, Ohio Spartans NFL team, moved them to Detroit, and

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The Pilgrims Didn’t Wear All Black and White Clothing with Buckled Top Hats

The Pilgrims Didn’t Wear All Black and White Clothing with Buckled Top Hats

Daven Hiskey November 2, 2010 17

Myth: Pilgrims wore black and white clothing with buckled top hats. The myth that they dressed like this stems from the popular clothing style of the day in England in the late 17th century,

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