This day in history – November 26th

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This day in history – November 26th

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On November twenty-sixth, nineteen forty-one, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill into law that said the fourth Thurday in November would be Thanksgiving every year from then on. Two years prior, Roosevelt made a mistake and signed something that broke tradition, and Thanksgiving would be on November twenty-third. He later admitted to his mistake.

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