Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared a bountiful harvest that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in America. In many households, Thanksgiving is centered around cooking and sharing meals with friends and family. Turkey, a Thanksgiving icon, may or may not have been available when the Pilgrims hosted the feast in 1621. Historians believe that much of Thanksgiving consisted of seafood, such as lobster, bass, clams, and oysters, which is often absent from today’s Thanksgiving menu. For more than two centuries, Thanksgiving was celebrated by individual colonies and states until 1863. In the midst of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Thanksgiving Day to be held each November. President Lincoln wrote the proclamation during the Civil War because he recognized the need for a national Thanksgiving. During this season of thanks, EXACTA would like to thank all our clients, candidates, consultants, and vendors for making our success possible. EXACTA will continue to show our appreciation through outstanding service, software solutions, and commitment to building long lasting relationships. Happy Thanksgiving from our EXACTA family to yours!
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