In 1621, after the Pilgrims’ first successful harvest, Governor William Bradford proclaimed they might, “after a special manner rejoice together.” But what did that mean? Learn from our colonial and Indigenous educators, Malka Benjamin and Darius Coombs, what we know about this 1621 feast and the story of its evolution into a National holiday.
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