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Ten myths about Thanksgiving

November 26, 2020

Ten myths about Thanksgiving

November 28, 2019

The only food we know they had for sure was deer
The value of myth debunking is that it usually illuminates people and events, The Victorians made Thanksgiving a national holiday – beginning in 1863

Ten myths about Thanksgiving

November 22, 2018

The value of myth debunking is that it usually illuminates people and events

10 Thanksgiving Day Myths

November 23, 2017

Debunking some cherished myths about Thanksgiving

Ten Thanksgiving myths

November 24, 2016

10 myths about Thanksgiving – Rick Moran – AmericanThinker.com
Here’s a fun piece by Rick Shenkman, editor of the History News Network, debunking some cherished myths about Thanksgiving.

Ten Thanksgiving myths

November 26, 2014

Here’s a fun piece by Rick Shenkman, editor of the History News Network, debunking some cherished myths about Thanksgiving.

Some examples:

Texans claim the first Thanksgiving in America actually took place in little San Elizario, a community near El Paso, in 1598 — twenty-three years before the Pilgrims’ festival. For several years they have staged a reenactment of the event that culminated in the Thanksgiving celebration: the arrival of Spanish explorer Juan de Onate on the banks of the Rio Grande. De Onate is said to have held a big Thanksgiving festival after leading hundreds of settlers on a grueling 350-mile long trek across the Mexican desert.