Why We Celebrate Thanksgiving?

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Thanksgiving is celebrated in memory of the pilgrims eating their first dinner with the Indians. English settlers were often fighting with Indians for territory and Thanksgiving was the first dinner to symbolize peace.
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The purpose of Thanksgiving is to commemorate the good harvest of the Pilgrims in 1621, and to give thanks for our friends, family and good fortune.
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