The History of Thanksgiving

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What is the History of Thanksgiving? Here is the real story of what happened during those early years of the settling of the American Colonies.

Find the story of Thanksgiving Day here: Where Did Thanksgiving Day Come From?

 

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  1. Isleen Rodriguez says

    Your dad is amazing writer when it comes to history! Excellent learning lesson this moring. “)

  2. Hazel Moon says

    It is wonderful to have a special day to call Thanksgiving day, but we must remember to be thankful EVERY day and to be grateful for the blessings of freedom that we have in our country. If you live in a country that has bondage – you can be free inside your spirit, for Jesus has come to set us free by his shed blood and to dwell in us by His Holy Spirit. Thanks for sharing with us here at Tell me a story.

  3. Rachael DeBruin says

    Interesting history point…we recently watched the movie Monumental which also touched on the Puritan movement..I knew we had a lot of our points wrong towards Thanksgiving, but it’s been interesting to hear tidbits from here & there on the topic.

    Thanks so much for sharing on this week’s Inspired By Me Mondays! Hope you’ll come back again & join us tomorrow, Rachael @ Diamonds in the Rough

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