Plunged into civil war, the United States had fallen into dark days. Brother fought against brother. Blood stained battle fields dotted the landscape. Yet, on October 3, 1863 while enumerating the blessings of the year, President Abraham Lincoln declared a national day of Thanksgiving. In a Proclamation sent to the people of the United States, […]

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