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The harvest feast celebrated by the Pilgrims during their first year at Plymouth Colony is generally considered to be the 'First Thanksgiving,' even though the colonists may not have actually called it 'Thanksgiving.' How much do you know about this feast?
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QuestionsHere are some of the questions you may encounter in the quiz The First Thanksgiving.
Who was the governor of Plymouth Colony?
The information we have about the first Thanksgiving Feast comes primarily from:
The first Thanksgiving feast lasted for:
Which tribe did Squanto belong to?
The year of the first Thanksgiving feast was:
During the year between the first and second Thanksgiving feasts, there was no feast because of:
According to the primary written account of the celebration, the Native Americans brought what kind of animal for the feast?
Who was the chief of the tribe that attended the harvest thanksgiving feast?
The first Thanksgiving feast was primarily a celebration of:
Who taught the Pilgrims how to cultivate the land and how to fish in the New World?
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