- When Is Thanksgiving 2019?
Thanksgiving 2019 is going to be held on Thursday, November 28 in the United States Of America. To celebrate the day, the fourth Thursday of November is chosen. Traditionally, it is celebrated to give thanks to God for Autumn harvest.
Thanksgiving 2019 Thursday, November 28 Monday, October 14
Thanksgiving 2020 Thursday, November 26 Monday, October 12
Thanksgiving 2021 Thursday, November 25 Monday, October 11
Thanksgiving 2022 Thursday, November 24 Monday, October 10
Thanksgiving 2023 Thursday, November 23 Monday, October 9
Thanksgiving 2024 Thursday, November 28 Monday, October 14
Thanksgiving 2025 Thursday, November 27 Monday, October 13
Thanksgiving 2026 Thursday, November 26 Monday, October 12
Thanksgiving 2027 Thursday, November 25 Monday, October 11
Thanksgiving 2028 Thursday, November 23 Monday, October 9
Thanksgiving 2029 Thursday, November 22 Monday, October 8
Thanksgiving 2030 Thursday, November 28
Thanksgiving 2031 Thursday, November 27
Thanksgiving 2032 Thursday, November 25
Thanksgiving 2033 Thursday, November 24
Thanksgiving 2034 Thursday, November 23
Thanksgiving 2035 Thursday, November 22
Thanksgiving 2036 Thursday, November 27
Thanksgiving 2037 Thursday, November 26
Thanksgiving 2038 Thursday, November 25
Thanksgiving 2039 Thursday, November 24
Thanksgiving 2040 Thursday, November 22
How Many Days Till Thanksgiving 2019
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The History Of Thanksgiving in the USA:
In the United States of America, the tradition of giving thanks dates back to 1621 when the pilgrims gave thanks for their first bountiful harvest in Plymouth Rock. In November 1620, the settlers had arrived while founding the first permanent English settlement in the New England region. Here the first Thanksgiving was celebrated for three days; the settlers arranged a festive party and entertained the natives with dried fruits, boiled pumpkin, turkey, venison and much more.
Later, although for many years, Thanksgiving day was not repeated, yet in 1789, George Washington proclaimed Thanksgiving to be a national holiday on Thursday, November 26 that year. Different American states celebrated the day on different dates in the later years until President Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday in November a national day of Thanksgiving in 1863. Every year following, the President proclaimed a day of Thanksgiving.
With the proclamation of President Roosevelt in 1939, Thanksgiving was switched from the final Thursday in November to the next-to-last Thursday in the same month. This step was taken to create a longer Christmas shopping period and to support the American economy that was recovering and getting better after The Great Depression.
When Is Thanksgiving 2019 In Canada?
In Canada, it will be observed on Monday, October 14, 2019, as an annual Canadian holiday. It occurs on the second Monday in October to celebrate the harvest and other blessings that Canadians enjoyed in the past year. Here Thanksgiving has been celebrated as an official holiday since November 6, 1879. The date varies year by year, but it is observed on the second Monday of October. On January 31, 1957, the Governor General of Canada Vincent Massey issued a proclamation; in which, he stated, “A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed – to be observed on the second Monday in October.”