What did the first thanksgiving have that we don't have now?
What did the First Thanksgiving have that we dont have
Some of the differences between the first Thanksgiving and the present-day Thanksgiving would be that the Pilgrims would have hunted wild turkey. The bird would need to be prepared to cook. They would have also harvested any food that had been grown, and that food would also be prepared. The first Thanksgiving was held outdoors.
Plymouth Rock is a small town in Massachusetts where most people believe the first Thanksgiving transpired between the settlers and the Indians. The rock they may or may not have walked on when coming through the harbor now resides in a museum. There are now findings that the first Thanksgiving happened years earlier in St. Augustine.
In the U.S., there is some argument as to who first celebrated Thanksgiving. According to the traditional celebration, Thanksgiving was first celebrated by the pilgrims in 1621. However, there is evidence that the Spanish celebrated Thanksgiving in Florida as early as 1565. Others contend that settlers in what is now Virgina celebrated thanksgiving as early as 1607. A day of Thanksgiving was codified in a charter of Berkeley Hundred in Charles City County, Virginia in…