There were 3 days of Thanksgiving
Should we celebrate the three?
We must celebrate Thanksgiving. Recognize and appreciate all that we have. Because everything we most love and have we can lose in 1 second.
But historically, all the facts must be known. What they taught us was true, but it was complete?.
The first Thanksgiving at U, S, it was in a European language, but was it in English? And when?
Because history is written by the winners, American history ignores Spanish contributions to North America — for a whole century before the Mayflower arrived in 1620. U.S History should be everyone’s story! The U.S is the result of all who live and lived in its territories
Do you agree with this? They are historical facts. It is a matter of searching and checking!
Do you agree with this?
“Spaniards were the first to celebrate Thanksgiving”
1- First Thanksgiving (1565):
On Sept. 15, 1565, 56 years before the Plymouth Thanksgiving, Spanish explorers led by Pedro Menendez de Aviles celebrated the first U.S. mass and invited the Timucua natives to a Thanksgiving meal in what is now St. Augustine, Fla. Historians speculate they ate salted pork, garbanzo beans and biscuits.
2- Second Thanksgiving (1598):
On April 20, 1598, 23 years before Plymouth Thanksgiving, 600 colonists led by Juan de Onate celebrated the end of a long expedition across Mexico’s Chihuahua Desert. Their Thanksgiving ceremony with Indians, near (what later became) El Paso, Texas, is still known as the Texas Thanksgiving and has been recognized in resolutions by the state legislature.
3- Third Thanksgiving (1621):
Pilgrims and Puritans who emigrated from England in the 1620s and 1630s carried the tradition of Days of Fasting and Days of Thanksgiving with them to New England. The modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition is traced to a well-recorded 1619 event in Virginia and a sparsely documented 1621 celebration at Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts. The 1619 arrival of 38 English settlers at Berkeley Hundred in Charles City County, Virginia, concluded with a religious celebration as dictated by the group’s charter from the London Company, which specifically required “that the day of our ships arrival at the place assigned … in the land of Virginia shall be yearly and perpetually kept holy as a day of thanksgiving to Almighty God.” The 1621 Plymouth feast and thanksgiving was prompted by a good harvest, ..
All three were religious and peace celebrations
This Thanksgiving, let’s celebrate with all 3 in mind!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Honest History is the weapon of Freedom