PHOTOS SHOW THE RISE AND FALL OF BLACK FRIDAY

Mario Tama/Getty Images Though Black Friday became one of the biggest and busiest shopping days of the year, it hasn't always been that way. Before it exploded into the national, post-Thanksgiving event we know today, it was reportedly a quirky tradition unique to Philadelphians. And now, the holiday is experiencing more changes. Here's the evolution of Black Friday, from its 19th-century namesake to the dying shopping phenomenon it is toda...

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