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The Story of Thanksgiving By Mrs. Sandau
The First Thanksgiving Thanksgiving was first celebrated in Plymouth in 1621 by the colonists who came to America on the Mayflower and by the neighboring Native Americans.
Here’s an Invitation ! 4 Captain Miles Standish, the leader of the pilgrims invited the Native Americans to their village for a wonderful Thanksgiving feast.
WOWIE! What a Time! The feast lasted three long days !
What’s on the Menu? 4 For the feast, the Indians brought deer, wild turkeys, beans, fish, corn, maize and berries.
A New Pilgrim Tradition 4 The Pilgrims made it a yearly tradition to have a day set aside for Thanksgiving after their fall harvest.
What a Wonderful Idea! 4 During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress made a suggestion to have a yearly day of Thanksgiving.
Go New York! In 1817, the state of New York adopted Thanksgiving Day as an annual custom.
Hurray for Lincoln! 4 President Abraham Lincoln appointed Thanksgiving a holiday in 1863. Each president has issued a proclamation making the fourth Thursday in November the national holiday.
Fled England to find religious freedom Arrived at Plymouth Rock in 1620 on the Mayflower By the winter of 1621, they had lost 46 of the original.
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