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Investigating the First Thanksgiving

Investigating the First Thanksgiving This site, developed by Plimoth Plantation, offers visitors the chance to use the skills of historians to peel away the layers of myth and misconception surrounding "The First Thanksgiving" and discover what might really have happened during the fall of
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Investigating the First Thanksgiving


This site, developed by Plimoth Plantation, offers visitors the chance to use the skills of historians to peel away the layers of myth and misconception surrounding "The First Thanksgiving" and discover what might really have happened during the fall of 1621. Here you will peruse multiple primary sources, make educated guesses, and create history in a very real and powerful way. [NOTE: You will need Flash Player to view this site.]

Plimoth Plantation

• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Kara Reeder

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