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[Answer] The woman known as the "Mother of Thanksgiving" also wrote which nursery rhyme?

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The woman known as the "Mother of Thanksgiving" also wrote which nursery rhyme?

  • Mary Had a Little Lamb:Much of the credit for President Abraham Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation should probably go to a woman named Sarah Josepha Hale. Lincoln issued a proclamation designating "a Day of Thanksgiving and Praise" in 1863, capping a 36-year campaign launched by Sarah Hale, a magazine editor who wrote the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb." For more than three decades, Hale had published numerous articles and letters advocating for a national day of Thanksgiving. Hale's September 28, 1963 letter to Lincoln is often cited as the main factor for Lincoln's Proclamation, earning her the nickname, "The Mother of Thanksgiving."

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