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Thanksgiving
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2 In 1614 English explorers virtually wiped out the Patuxet 1 Turkey was not traditionally served in the 1600s, wild
with slaving and _____.
______ like geese or ducks was.
3 In 1637 over 700 unarmed members of the Pequot tribe
4 In the late 1630s the Cheif of the Wampanaug was
were killed during the Green Corn Festival by English and
beheaded and his head was displayed on a pike in ________
Dutch mercenaries; the next the day the Governor of the
Massachusetts for 24 years.
Massachusetts Bay Colony declared a "Day of
5 Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday
______________."
the same day he ordered the troops to march against the
6 After the 1637 massacre, the settlers began celebrating
_____.
after every successful _________ of Native Americans.
7 In 1612 Mather the Elder gave a speech thanking God for
8 The Mayflower compact was based upon oppression and
the smallpox plague that decimated the _________.
served the interests of the ruling _________.
9 In 1641 the first _______ was offered in Manhattan.
11 Squanto knew English because he learned it while he was 10 The grandson of Massasoit, the Pilgrim’s original
a ______.
protector, was sold into slavery in _______.
12 European settlers spread ______ and smallpox through
14 ______ and fish were also served at many meals but
the indigenous peoples of the Americas.
cranberries were not.
13 At noon on every Thanksgiving Day, hundreds of
15 The indigenous people of the Eastern US observed
indigenous people from around the country gather at Cole’s autumnal _____ celebrations for centuries before the
Hill, which overlooks Plymouth Rock, for the National Day of Europeans arrived.
_____.
16 The annual gathering in Plymouth started in 1970, when
Wampanoag Wamsutta (Frank) James was invited by the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts to give a speech at an
event ______ the 350th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ arrival
and then disinvited after the event organizers discovered his
speech was one of outrage over the atrocities and broken
promises his people endured.
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