Can You Pass This True Or False Thanksgiving Test That 90% Of Americans Fail?

You may think you know the true facts behind Thanksgiving, but can you pass this Thanksgiving test that 90% of all Americans fail? Let's find out just how savvy you really are!
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True or false: Thanksgiving is always held on the final Thursday of November.
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True or false: Andrew Jackson made Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863.
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True or false: Franklin Roosevelt moved Thanksgiving up one week in 1939 to appease businesses.
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True or false: According to historians venison and fish were likely served at the first Thanksgiving dinner, not turkey.
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True or false: Benjamin Franklin believed that the turkey would make a better symbol for America than the bald eagle.
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True or false: The first Thanksgiving likely had a lot of shellfish.
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True or false: Turkey pardoning has become a holiday tradition as presidents spare certain turkeys from becoming a main course.
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True or false: The first Thanksgiving took place in 1692.
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True or false: 50 pilgrims attended the first Thanksgiving dinner.
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True or false: The first Thanksgiving dinner was eaten with spoons and knives instead of forks.
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True or false: Thanksgiving is the actual reason for TV dinners such as Swanson.
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True or false: Many historians believe that there were only 10 women present at the first Thanksgiving due to the harsh conditions.
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Result
Unfortunately, you're in the majority when it comes to failing this quiz. For some reason 90% of Americans just can't get their facts straight when it comes to Thanksgiving. Fret not, at least you're not in the minority!

C+, Thanksgiving Fail

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Right!
Well done! Unlike a majority of American citizens, you managed to pass this Thanksgiving quiz with flying colors! While you may not be a Thanksgiving expert just yet, you're certainly on your way!

B+, Thanksgiving Pass

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Right!
Wow! You're Thanksgiving gifted! Go ahead and give yourself a well deserved pat on the back (maybe treat yourself to that extra piece of pie), you're unquestionably gifted when it comes to the history behind this epic holiday!

A+, Thanksgiving Gifted

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1
True or false: Thanksgiving is always held on the final Thursday of November.
True
False
2
True or false: Andrew Jackson made Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863.
True
False
3
True or false: Franklin Roosevelt moved Thanksgiving up one week in 1939 to appease businesses.
True
False
4
True or false: According to historians venison and fish were likely served at the first Thanksgiving dinner, not turkey.
True
False
5
True or false: Benjamin Franklin believed that the turkey would make a better symbol for America than the bald eagle.
True
False
6
True or false: The first Thanksgiving likely had a lot of shellfish.
True
False
7
True or false: Turkey pardoning has become a holiday tradition as presidents spare certain turkeys from becoming a main course.
True
False
8
True or false: The first Thanksgiving took place in 1692.
True
False
9
True or false: 50 pilgrims attended the first Thanksgiving dinner.
True
False
10
True or false: The first Thanksgiving dinner was eaten with spoons and knives instead of forks.
True
False
11
True or false: Thanksgiving is the actual reason for TV dinners such as Swanson.
True
False
12
True or false: Many historians believe that there were only 10 women present at the first Thanksgiving due to the harsh conditions.
True
False