yes the Indians attended the first thanksgiving.
the pilgrims and the Indians had the first thanksgiving meal in 1621
Amercians and Indians were the first to have Thanksgiving. But some sources say the first thanksgiving was held in Canada.
The first people to celebrate Thanksgiving were the Pilgrims and the Indians.
Thanksgiving is about the pilgrims coming to America for the first time, and becoming friends with the Indians, and having the first Thanksgiving dinner.
Massasoit was the leader of the Wampanoag Indians at the first Thanksgiving.
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.
Massachusetts The Pilgrims and Indians
The pilgrams and indians.
The first Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Wapawong Indians and the pilgrams who came to the country from England.
The first Thanksgiving in America was in 1621 and was celebrated by the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians.
The first Indians to celebrate Thanksgiving were the Wampanoag tribe.
Yes, it is believed that venison was served at the first Thanksgiving and the Indians brought it to the feast.
The Indians took part in the first celebration at Plymouth, which means they were a part of creating what we now call Thanksgiving.
Turkeys are eaten on Thanksgiving because the early colonists who had the first Thanksgiving mentioned eating turkey. The colonists celebrated the first Thanksgiving with the Wampanoag Indians.