No of course not, the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving because people came here on the mayflower. People of Turkey have nothing to do with Thanksgiving!
You do so because they ate turkey at the 1st Thanksgiving.
No. Thanksgiving is an exclusively US American holiday. Turkish people do not celebrate it. Additionally, Turkish people do not eat turkey as often as US Americans do.
The pioneers celebrate christmas by making turkey
Because Thanksgiving is a holiday of The United States.
No, Thanksgiving is a North American holiday.
Many people have a traditional Thanksgiving meal that usually consists of turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing, and cranberry sauce.
Turkish people don't celebrate 'thanksgiving''.They celebrate the coming new year at the night of 31st December by preparing lots of dishes because Turkish cuisine is so delicious and of course they eat Turkey as well..
no they don't celebrate Thanksgiving .
Probably 95 to 99% of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. Atheists, and the homeless people living on the streets, unable to get a special meal on Thanksgiving, are probably the only Americans who do not celebrate the holiday. Even vegetarians who eat a no poultry, or meat, dish on Thanksgiving will probably celebrate the holiday.
Just make a turkey, and celebrate being thankful for food, shelter, ect.