What Day Was Thanksgiving in 1936?

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In 1936 the Thanksgiving Day ceremony was on Thursday of November the 26th. Thanksgiving Day is a holiday that common in the United States of America and Canada and is celebrated every fourth Thursday of the month of November in the USA and every second Monday of October in Canada of every year.
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