Was the first Thanksgiving in Jamestown?


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2010-12-14 03:18:15
2010-12-14 03:18:15

The first Thanksgiving was not held at Plymouth.

The First Thanksgiving was held in the Virginia Colony in 1619, Jamestown.

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Actually, the first Thanksgiving was in Jamestown, Virginia(the first settlement for the English in North America.

John Smith was actually not at the First Thanksgiving feast. He arrived before the pilgrims around 1607. The first Thanksgiving was in 1621 with the settlers of Jamestown.

how many years passed from the founding of jamestown to the pigrim celebration of thanksgiving

The first actual thanksgiving was called the "First Thanksgiving". :-]

Jamestown is located on the James River in Virginia. (called the Powhatan River by local tribes)

No, the first Thanksgiving was in 1621.

Amercians and Indians were the first to have Thanksgiving. But some sources say the first thanksgiving was held in Canada.

The Wamponoags did and who had the first Thanksgiving were the Pilgrims.

yes the first thanksgiving was in 1621

What did the First Thanksgiving have that we dont have

The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621. The first Thanksgiving as a national holiday was 1863.

The first Thanksgiving in the New World that was recorded is when the pilgrims gathered together with the Indians to give thanks for a successful harvest. In that respect, yes, it was the first Thanksgiving.

Women were the first to arrive in Jamestown

yes! Jamestown was the first settlement in North America.

The Wampanoag tribe was at the first Thanksgiving.

Yes there was popcorn at the first thanksgiving

What was the first main course at thanksgiving?

November was the first Thanksgiving held.

The Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621.

The First Thanksgiving was in the state of Massachusetts.

The first Thanksgiving lasted 3 days.

yes the Indians attended the first thanksgiving.

the first thanksgiving was most probably Not the very first one, i am sure that the indians celebrated thanksgiving Long before the british found them. In short, No it certainly wasn't.

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