When did the pilgrims celebrate Thanksgiving?

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the pilgrims celebrated thanksgiving in 1621.Thanksgiving was a holiday for a long time.
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What has come down in American tradition as the "First Thanksgiving" was actually a harvest festival. In the spring of 1621, the colonists planted their first crops in Patuxet’s abandoned fields... More »
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Thanksgiving is celebrated because because a couple of hundred of years ago it was the day in which native Americans and the invaders from the eastern hemisphere had the first dinner
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They didn't. The first Thanksgiving, as we have learned it, was simply a meal after the harvest. The local Natives had taught the first pilgrims lessons that helped them survive,
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Squanto, Massasoit and 90 men of their tribe
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The Pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving out of. gratitude. for their. survival. in the New World. Specifically, the Atlantic crossing and the conditions in the future ...
The Pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving out of. gratitude. for their. survival. in the New World. Specifically, the Atlantic crossing and the conditions in the future ...
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