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Thanksgiving Day

written by: DieZel
 
The first American Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621, to commemorate the harvest reaped by the Plymouth Colony after a harsh winter. In that year Governor William Bradford proclaimed a day of thanksgiving.

Question 1:


Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is held annually, every Thanksgiving Day, in this US city.
Dallas
New York City
Los Angeles
Washington DC

Question 2:


In 1970, a group labeled the "United Native Americans of New England" started a protest that is held annually on Thanksgiving Day and is called this.
Annual Meeting of the Natives
National Day of Mourning
National Day of Civil Rights
National Day of America

Question 3:


The Thanksgiving Day Parade held in this city is regarded as the nation's first.
Philadelphia
Detroit
Houston
New York City

Question 4:


Turducken is sometimes served in place of the Thanksgiving turkey. Do you know what it is?
A turkey stuffed with a duck stuffed with a chicken
A deep fried turkey
A pig stuffed with vegetables
White cabbage fermented by Lactobacillus bacteria

Question 5:


The day after Thanksgiving Day is called this in the United States.
Never Day
Black Friday
Red Friday
Betting Day

Question 6:


In Canada, Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the second Monday in October. What holiday is celebrated on that same day in the United States?
Columbus Day
Boxing Day
Memorial Day
Veterans Day

Question 7:


It is obvious that vegetarians and vegans don't eat turkey on Thanksgiving day. This meal is a meatless imitation of turkey.
Sauerkraut
Tofurkey
Andouille
Hiyayakko

Question 8:


In the year 1620, this ship carried 102 Pilgrims from Plymouth, England to the shores of North America.
Santa Maria
Mayflower
Nina
Pinta

Question 9:


Тhe first Thanksgiving celebration is said to have taken place in the autumn of 1619 in this US state.
Virginia
Mississippi
Florida
Texas

Question 10:


The roasted turkey is a traditional meal on Thanksgiving Day in the US and Canada. It is also a traditional meal on this holiday in the United Kingdom.
Christmas
Easter
Commonwealth Day
Good Friday

 


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