Happy Thanksgiving (while we are allowed)

Before Progressives and Liberals decided God wasn’t allowed – God was honored.  Separation of Church and State is a myth.  Too bad it worked.  Was our history stolen or did we decide we didn’t need God?

The First Amendment was meant to protect the people from a State Religion, nothing else.  See the bottom for proclamations for national days of praying and fasting.  It was never meant to remove God from public thought as evidenced below:

Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1944

By Franklin D. Roosevelt – 11/01/1944
A national Thanksgiving Day proclamation issued by Franklin Roosevelt on November 1, 1944 declaring November 23, 1944 the day of Thanksgiving.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1933

By Franklin D. Roosevelt – 11/21/1933
A national Thanksgiving Proclamation, issued by Franklin Roosevelt, President of the United States, on November 21, 1933.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1909

By William H. Taft – 11/15/1909
A national Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by William H. Taft, President of the United States on November 15, 1909.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1899, New Hampshire

By Frank West Rollins – 10/27/1899
A Thanksgiving Day proclamation issued by Frank West Rollins, the Governor of New Hampshire, on October 27, 1899.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1887

By Grover Cleveland – 10/25/1887
The text of a handwritten Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer, issued by Grover Cleveland, President of the United States, on October 25, 1887.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1871

By Ulysses S. Grant – 10/28/1871
A National Thanksgiving Proclamation issued by Ulysses S. Grant, President of the United States, on October 28, 1871.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1863

By Abraham Lincoln – 10/03/1863
A national Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, on October 3, 1863.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1822, New Hampshire

By Richard Bartlett – 10/28/1822
A Thanksgiving Day proclamation issued by Samuel Bell, Governor of New Hampshire, on October 28, 1822.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1813, Massachusetts

By Caleb Strong – 10/08/1813
A proclamation for a day of Thanksgiving issued by Caleb Strong Governor of Massachusetts on October 8, 1813.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1811, Massachusetts

By Elbridge Gerry – 10/22/1811
A Thanksgiving Proclamation issued by Elbridge Gerry, governor of Massachusetts, on October 22, 1811.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1805, New Hampshire

By John Langdon – 10/10/1805
A Thanksgiving Day Proclamation issued by John Langdon, Governor of New Hampshire, on October 10, 1805.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1795, Massachusetts

By Samuel Adams – 10/14/1795
A Thanksgiving Day Proclamation issued by Samuel Adams, Governor of Massachusetts, on October 14, 1795.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1795

By George Washington – 01/01/1795
Thanksgiving Proclamation issued by George Washington, President of the United States, on January 1, 1795.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1793, New Hampshire

By Josiah Bartlett – 10/05/1793
A Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by Josiah Bartlett, Governor of New Hampshire, on October 5, 1793.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1791, New Jersey

By William Paterson – 11/21/1791
A Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by William Paterson, Governor of New Jersey, on November 21, 1791.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1791, Massachusetts

By John Hancock – 10/05/1791
A Thanksgiving Day Proclamation issued by John Hancock, governor of Massachusetts on October 5, 1791.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1789

By George Washington – 10/03/1789
A national Thanksgiving Proclamation issued by George Washington, President of the United States, on October 3, 1789.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1788, Connecticut

By Samuel Huntington – 10/03/1788
A Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by Samuel Huntington, Governor of Connecticut, on October 3, 1788.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1782

By John Hanson – 10/11/1782
A Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving issued by John Hanson, president of the Continental Congress, on October 11, 1782.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1781

By Thomas McKean – 10/26/1781
A proclamation issued by Thomas McKean, while serving as President of Congress, on October 26, 1781.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1778, New Hampshire

By Meshech Weare – 11/19/1778
A proclamation issued for New Hampshire on November 19, 1778, declaring December 10, 1778 a day of Thanksgiving. This is an interesting handwritten proclamation.
Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day – 1777

By Continental Congress – 11/01/1777
A national Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by the Continental Congress, on November 1, 1777.
Proclamation – America Seeks God in a Time of War – 1777 

11/01/1777
During the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress declared the first national day of Thanksgiving in America.
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Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1863

By Abraham Lincoln – 03/30/1863
A national fast day proclamation issued by President Abraham Lincoln on March 30, 1863, declaring April 30, 1863 the day of fasting.
Proclamation – Humiliation Fasting and Prayer – 1860

By James Buchanan – 12/14/1860
A National Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer Proclamation issued by James Buchanan, President of the United States, on December 14, 1860.
Proclamation – Humiliation and Prayer – 1812

By James Madison – 07/09/1812
A national Humiliation and Prayer Proclamation, issued by President James Madison on July 9, 1812; Also Four Hymns to accompany this day of national Humiliation and Prayer.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1807, Connecticut

By Jonathan Trumbull – 02/20/1807
A statewide Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer Proclamation issued by Jonathan Trumbull on February 20, 1807, while serving as Governor of Connecticut.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1804, New Hampshire

By John Taylor Gilman – 03/19/1804
A Proclamation for a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer issued by John Taylor Gilman, Governor of New Hampshire, on March 19, 1804.
Proclamation – Humiliation Fasting and Prayer – 1798

By John Adams – 03/23/1798
President John Adams issued a national fasting and prayer proclamation on March 23, 1798.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1797, Connecticut

By Oliver Wolcott – 03/17/1797
A Proclamation for a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer issued by Oliver Wolcott, Governor of Connecticut on March 17, 1797.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1795, Massachusetts

By Samuel Adams – 02/28/1795
A statewide Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer Proclamation issued by Samuel Adams on February 28, 1795, while serving as Governor of Massachusetts.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1793, Massachusetts

By John Hancock – 03/04/1793
A Proclamation for a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer issued by John Hancock, Governor of Massachusetts, on March 4, 1793.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1789, Connecticut 

By Samuel Huntington – 03/28/1789
A Proclamation for a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer issued by Samuel Huntington, Governor of Connecticut, on March 28, 1789.
Proclamation – Fasting Humiliation and Prayer – 1777, Massachusetts Bay

08/12/1777
A Proclamation for a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer issued by Massachusetts-Bay Colony on August 12, 1777.

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