Who Invented Thanksgiving?


Though it is not clear who invented thanksgiving, some records show that the first thanksgiving on record took place on the 8th of September 1565. The Spanish, led by Pedro Menendez de Aviles and other European immigrants travelled to Florida. When they made it to land, they gave thanks to God and appreciated the reception of the natives therefore, a feast was held.
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The first Thanksgiving was celebrated by the colonists of Plymouth Plantation and members of the Wampanoag Indian tribe.
The inventor of Thanksgiving is not known. Thanksgiving in celebrated in the United States, as well as Canada. It is pretty much known as a secular holiday.
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