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Have a Quizy Thanksgiving time

A Quiz on Thanksgiving based on the day's facts and trivia. Test your knowledge on the history of the festival and the roots of America. Share them with your friends in your social site networks and have fun. You can also use them in your parties and dinner get together. For learning the facts and to brush up your knowledge, check ourĀ Thanksgiving Trivia page here.

Quiz for Thanksgiving Day

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Answer the questions below

1. How long did the Pilgrims' voyage to the 'New World' last?

2. Name the truce signed by the Pilgrims following the landing?

3. Who was the first governor of Plymouth?

4. Do you think Pocahontas saved the Pilgrims? Why?

5. The oldest document available on the Thanksgiving feast by Pilgrims is ......    

6. What you think is the best place to know about the 1st Thanksgiving feast?    

7. Fish, fowl, peas, pumpkins, veal, beef, turkey.
    Find the odd item out of the 1st Thanksgiving Day menu list.

8. Who was in favor of making turkey the National Bird of America?

9. Which Proclamation did instate Thanksgiving a national holiday?

10. Who and when did dedicate the Wall of Presidents to the nation?

11. When did Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade start?

12. Which of the following Presidents you remember most on the Thanksgiving Day?     

13. "...It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God...to be grateful for his benefits." This famous Thanksgiving Proclamation came from...

14. You are to send a Thanksgiving Day wish to the US President in 2001. Which of the following you're least likely to choose? George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Al Gore.     

15. Md. Ali, Michael Douglas, Geri Halliwal, Harry Belafonte, Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone. They are celebrities indeed. But what else is common for them?      

16. Which country first adopted Thanksgiving as a national holiday?

17. The Horn of Plenty, or Cornucopia, which symbolizes abundance, originated in Greece.
    

18. Name the Indian chief that was invited to the first Thanksgiving feast.

19. What do you call the bright red thing that hangs under a turkey's chin?

20. Which of these dishes was not served at the first Thanksgiving feast?

21. Where was the turkey first domesticated?

22. Turkey's scientific name is Meleagaris Gallopave. From what language does this word originate from?       
 

23. The Guinness Book of World Records states that the greatest dressed weight recorded for a turkey is.....     

24. Which song was originally written for a Thanksgiving program?

25. Which pilgrim leader invited the neighboring Indians to the first Thanksgiving feast.     


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