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The image depicts a group of English Pilgrims and Native Americans gathered around a long table filled with a bountiful feast. The setting is a small settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in November 1621. The Pilgrims, led by William Bradford, are dressed in traditional English attire, while the N

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Sure, I'd be happy to provide information about the first Thanksgiving. **When**: The first Thanksgiving feast took place in the autumn of 1621. **Where**: The event took place at Plymouth, in present-day Massachusetts. **What**: It was a three-day feast to celebrate a successful harvest, and is commonly regarded as the first Thanksgiving in America. **How**: The feast was held outdoors, and incorporated both English and Native culinary traditions. **Who**: The gathering involved the Pilgrims, English settlers who had traveled aboard the Mayflower, and the Wampanoag, a group of Native American people. *Important names*: William Bradford – The governor of Plymouth colony, who issued the invitation for the neighboring Wampanoag people to join the feast. Squanto – A Patuxet Indian who had lived in England and helped the Pilgrims communicate with Chief Massasoit of the Wampanoag tribe. *Food*: The exact menu isn't known, but the Pilgrims’ first autumn harvest was plentiful and, according to firsthand accounts from Pilgrim Edward Winslow, they had corn, barley, fowl and five deer. It's also believed that fish, shellfish, vegetables, and fruits native to the area were part of the feast. There weren't any desserts or pies, as these couldn’t be made without a good supply of sugar. There's one thing to note, however, that although we commonly consider this event as the "First Thanksgiving", days of giving thanks were common among both the Pilgrims and Native American tribes, and similar gatherings happened both before and after this event. The 1621 feast has taken on symbolic importance as the origin of a tradition of giving thanks for the fall harvest that is celebrated today. The event was made an official United States holiday by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863.

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Nov. 21, 2023, 10:06 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, November 21, 2023

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