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Thanksgiving - Myths and Realities of Thanksgiving - American History
Schoolchildren across America will 'reenact' Thanksgiving by dressing as either pilgrims or Wampanoag Indians and sharing a meal of some sort. All of this is ...
Chief Massasoit Biography & Historical Relevance
Massasoit is considered an American hero for aiding the Mayflower Pilgrims. The article considers the context of his friendship and offers a critical view of the ...
Mayflower Compact of 1620 - Early American History
The Mayflower Compact is often cited as one of the foundations of the US Constitution. The story of its creation begins with the Pilgrims in England. Pilgrims ...
Pilgrims - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Glossary of Religion and Philosophy - Pilgrims: definition pilgrims massachusetts bay colony larger massachusetts ship mayflower english separatists.
The Pilgrims' Religion Inspired Thanksgiving - Christianity - About.com
Details of the Pilgrims' religion are something we rarely hear about during stories of the first Thanksgiving. What did these hardy pioneers believe about God?
The First Thanksgiving - a brief unit study with discussion questions.
While on board the Mayflower in Provincetown Harbor, the Pilgrims drew up the Mayflower Compact and all the men aboard the ship signed it on November 11 ...
Pilgrims Plunge - World's Tallest Water Ride Review - Theme Parks
Review of Pilgrims Plunge, the world's tallest water ride, at Holiday World in Indiana.
Mayflower II Photos - Replica of Pilgrims' Ship in Plymouth ...
Mayflower II photos. The Mayflower II, a carefully crafted replica of the four- masted cargo ship that carried 102 Pilgrims to New England's shores in 1620, has ...
Mayflower Genealogies, Pilgrims and Early America - About ...
An estimated 30 million people descend from the Pilgrims who came to America on the Mayflower and other early ships. Are you one of them?
Thanksgiving Quiz - Latter-day Saints - About.com
What year did the pilgrims set sail for America? choose one, 1680, 1620, 1820. 2. What did the Pilgrims who came over aboard the Mayflower call themselves?