Thank You Notes: White House Thanksgiving, Deep-Fried Turkey

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    Jimmy pens thank you notes to Patti LaBelle’s sweet potato pie, candied yams and other things. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

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    The roots of the modern celebration lie in settlers celebrating their arrival in the Americas in the early 1600’s. It has been a public holiday since 1941 due to federal legislation, an annual tradition in the United States by presidential proclamation since 1863 and by state legislation since the Founding Fathers of the United States.

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