Here, you can find interesting facts all relating back to the stories published this week in Ship Speaks. Read the corresponding stories to see how each fact relates.
Thanksgiving is also celebrated in Canada. However, it is celebrated on the first Monday in October rather than the end of November.
Black friday and
Thanksgiving are the
busiest days for plumbing
According to the U.S. census, Minnesota is the top turkey-producing state.
Only male turkeys, which are called Toms, make a “gobble” noise.
TV dinners began on Thanksgiving in 1953 when a turkey company misjudged the number of turkeys they would need, so they sliced them up and made frozen meals.
Benjamin Franklin wrote a letter explaining why he wanted the turkey to be the national bird, not the eagle.