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Some healing after ‘destroying’

November 7, 2013
By RENEE GRAVELLE , The OBSERVER

Giving thanks is an enduring legacy of American social history. Our forebears gave thanks for the end of bad happenings - the Civil War, cholera epidemics, rabies outbreaks, and a host of other ills. They also took time from their busy lives to offer gratitude for their blessings - a robust apple crop and a good harvest, as well as national events such as a Fourth of July commemoration, come to mind.

 
 

 

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