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Black Friday (shopping) - Wikipedia


Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States Since 1932, it has been regarded as the beginning of the ...

What's the Real History of Black Friday? - History in the Headlines


Nov 24, 2015 ... The retail bonanza known as Black Friday is now an integral part of many Thanksgiving celebrations, but this holiday tradition has darker roots ...

The History of Black Friday - Black Friday 2016


Brief history of Black Friday and why it became so popular.

How Did 'Black Friday' Get Its Name? : snopes.com


FALSE: The term 'Black Friday' originated with the practice of selling off slaves on the day after Thanksgiving.

'Black Friday' Originally Meant Something Much, Much Darker ...


Nov 27, 2013 ... It's totally understandable if you think the term “Black Friday” is a direct ... Black Friday History Black Friday Definition Black Friday Origin Black ...

The Real History Of Black Friday Is Not What You Think - Tech Times


Nov 26, 2015 ... Most Americans believe Black Friday has always been the day that consumers can pick up the hottest bargains on technology and other ...

Why Black Friday Is Called Black Friday - The Balance


Aug 22, 2016 ... Why is Black Friday called Black Friday? ... the Dow Jones Average fell 22%, the largest percentage drop on one day in stock market history.

A Brief History of Black Friday - TIME


Nov 27, 2009 ... Here's hoping you avoided the food coma: you'll need your wits about you for Black Friday. The traditional day-after-Thanksgiving shopping ...

Black Friday Meaning, Origin, and History - Business Insider


Nov 25, 2015 ... For many American consumers, it is the day after Thanksgiving when you can get great deals on goods that may eventually become Christmas ...

Why is it called Black Friday? The history behind the year's biggest ...


Sep 30, 2016 ... In a few short years Black Friday has snowballed into one of the nation's biggest sales bonanzas of the year. If last year is anything to go by, ...

The idea that the day after Thanksgiving marks the official start of the holiday shopping season may be related to the Santa Claus parades, such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, held on Thanksgiving Day starting in the 19th and early 20th centuries.