Thanksgiving is a celebration that commemorates the harvest reaped by the Plymouth colony in 1621, following their arrival at Plymouth Rock in 1620.
In an address to a group attending an ASEAN Business Summit, Secretary Clinton spoke about one of the main objectives of the U.S. policy of increased engagement in Southeast Asia, creating more business opportunities and jobs for Americans.
The violinist said, "Although I don't have much money, I live happily; but if I lose honesty I won't be happy forever."
For most American families, there's one major money-related tradition associated with Thanksgiving: Black Friday shopping.
But for others, bargain hunting takes a back seat to a financial reality check.
They use this time together as an opportunity to discuss and review a host of financial issues ranging from estate planning and wills to investment and philanthropy.