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Nov 10, 2021

[Answer] “Over the river and through the wood” is from a poem about which holiday?

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Thanksgiving - "Over the river, and through the wood, / To grandfather's house we go." Most people know those first few lines but ask them to recite the rest of the poem and they may get stuck. Its proper title is "The New-England Boy's Song about Thanksgiving Day" and was written by American poet Lydia Maria Child. Although little known today, Child edited the first children's magazine, wrote one of the earliest American novels, and wrote extensively about the abolition of slavery. Born in 1802, Child lived in Massachusetts until she died in 1880.:


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