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The speed a turkey can run.
The speed a wild turkey can fly.
Adult turkeys have approximately THIS many feathers.
This president issued a 'Thanksgiving Proclamation' on third October 1863 and officially set aside the last Thursday of November as the national day for Thanksgiving.
This breed of turkey is endangered and cannot be eaten.
This United States neighbor also celebrates a Thanksgiving.
Greek goddess of the harvest.
The first balloon in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
This president proclaimed that Thanksgiving would take place on November 23rd, not November 30th, as a way to spur economic growth and extend the Christmas shopping season.
An old wive's tale states that eating pumpkin can cure THIS.
This president was the first to give a turkey an official Presidental pardon allowing the pardon turkey to live out his days on a farm.
First department store to hold a Thanksgiving Day parade.
This state grows 95% of the U.S. pumpkin crop intended for processing.
This department store hosts the New York Thanksgiving Day parade.
The name of the chief for the Indian tribe invited to the first Thanksgiving.
The name of the ship the pilgrims came over on.
This country considers the turkey a sacrificial bird.
This state produces the most sweet potatoes.
This state produces the most turkeys.
The name of the rock where the pilgrims first landed.
The name for a baby turkey.
One of the original groups for the Mayflower pilgrims were the...
This part of the turkey turns bright red when upset or in courtship.
This balloon has appeared in the most Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parades.
The longest balloon in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
The name of the Indian tribe invited to the first Thanksgiving feast.
This is the name for the dangling skin under a turkey's neck.
This state produces the most cranberries.
This part of the turkey is saved and snapped for good luck.
Planters hired by Thomas Weston were...
Servents to the pilgrims and non-pilgrims were
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