10 Facts about Thanksgiving day 2021

It’s coming up on Thanksgiving day 2021, and you’re probably wondering what to expect. Well, fear not! We have the answers you need. Check out these five fun facts about Thanksgiving day 2021:

Fact #1:

first Thanksgiving took place in October 1621 Thanksgiving in Canada

Fact #2: Thanksgiving took place almost 400

You see, a long time ago in England, their king got to decide which church his people worshipped and they were not allowed to worship any other faith or be persecuted for this belief.. However, there was still one woman who would pray every day with her family… Even though she knew that if found out by authorities it could mean torture or even death! She continued praying as best she could while hiding from those sent after her because what mattered most was keeping up hope through prayer–the only thing we can do when faced with persecution. And eventually God heard their prayers and answered them too: he released His Son Jesus Christ on earth at Bethlehem so He may live among us forever more

 

 

Fact #3) This year, it falls on a Thursday:

It’s coming up on Thanksgiving day 2021, and you’re probably wondering what to expect. Well, fear not! We have the

 

Fact #4) Americans can expect to spend an average of $423 per person this year for their holiday dinner (which includes turkey); and finally: 5) There are some predictions that we’ll see between 500 million-550 million turkeys sold during this year’s holiday season.

 

Fact #5) Thanksgiving took place almost 400Native Americans used nicknames, too. Tiasquantum’s nickname was Squanto!

Having so much food as a result of this lesson in gardening and agriculture from their hosts, they decided to celebrate by going out on hunting trips for deer meat which would be cooked at their feast with some help from their new friends.

The Native Americans heard how drastically different these sounds were than what was usually expected during an attack- it’s not uncommon for people living close together like neighbors or settlers and natives alike to recognize gunfire without fail- so sent four men who then met up with two other hunters looking for game themselves when one noticed all those strange noises coming from down below where he knew there lived none but his own kind (Native American). They ventured closer to investigate and were shocked to find the Pilgrims gathered around a large fire, laughing and singing. They examined their weapons as they approached cautiously only to see that it was not Indians who had come with such weaponry but Christians!

Fact #6) The story of Thanksgiving Day is also the story of America. You see, a long time ago in England, their king got to decide which church his people worshipped and they were not allowed to worship any other faith or be persecuted for this belief.. However, there was still one woman who would pray every day with her family… Even though she knew that if found out by authorities it could mean torture or even death! She continued praying as best she could while hiding from those sent after her because what mattered most was keeping up hope through prayer–the only thing we can do when faced with persecution. And eventually God heard their prayers and answered them too: he released His Son Jesus Christ on earth at Bethlehem so He may live among us forever more

Fact #7) Thanksgiving took place 400 years ago in America and the story of how it all began is an important one. You see, a long time ago in England, their king got to decide which church his people worshipped and they were not allowed to worship any other faith or be persecuted for this belief.. However, there was still one woman who would pray every day with her family… Even though she knew that if found out by authorities it could mean torture or even death! She continued praying as best she could while hiding from those sent after her because what mattered most was keeping up hope through prayer–the only thing we can do when faced with persecution. And eventually God heard their prayers and answered them too: he released His Son Jesus Christ on earth at Bethlehem so He may live among us forever more

Fact #8) A long time ago in England,

a king got to decide which church his people worshipped… However, there was still one woman who would pray every day with her family… Even though she knew that if found out by authorities it could mean torture or even death! She continued praying as best she could while hiding from those sent after her because what mattered most was keeping up hope through prayer–the only thing we can do when faced with persecution. And eventually God heard their prayers and answered them too: he released His Son Jesus Christ on earth at Bethlehem so He may live among us forever more

Fact #9) A long time ago in England, a king got to decide which church his people worshipped… However, there was still one woman who would pray every day with her family. Even though she knew that if found out by authorities it could mean torture or even death! She continued praying as best she could while hiding from those sent after her because what mattered most was keeping up hope through prayer–the only thing we can do when faced with persecution. And eventually God heard their prayers and answered them too: he released His Son Jesus Christ on earth at Bethlehem so He may live among us forever more

 

Fact #10) Thanksgiving took place 400 years ago in America

the story of how it all began is an important one. You see, a long time to ago in England, their king got to decide which church his people worshipped and they were not allowed to worship any other faith or be persecuted for this belief.. However, there was still one woman who would pray every day with her family… Even though she knew that if found out by authorities it could mean torture or even death! She continued praying as best she could while hiding from those sent after her because what mattered most was keeping up hope through prayer–the only thing we can do when faced with persecution.

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