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From the January 1901 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Boston Globe, November 29, 1900

This article was later republished in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany: My. 264:7-265:32

The following was contributed by the Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy to a symposium on Thanksgiving which appeared in the Boston Globe, There were twenty-three articles written by prelates of various denominations, and Mrs. Eddy's was the only one contributed by a woman.

The communications were sent in answer to the following telegraphic inquiry from The Globe:—

On the threshold of the twentieth century, will you please send through The Globe to the people of New England, which is the birthplace of Thanksgiving Day, a sentiment on what the last Thanksgiving Day of the nineteenth century should signify to all mankind?

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