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Here are some historical facts, seasoned (warning) with religious beliefs, about the first Thanksgiving feast. It comes from Prager University:

Posted under History, United States, Videos by Jillian Becker on Thursday, November 23, 2017

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  • liz

    Good video! I had forgotten alot of that story. Another aspect is that the socialist “commonwealth” tried by some of the early pilgrims failed, and they only prospered when they established private property as the basis for their system. That should be taught in every classroom. Maybe someday…
    Anyway, happy Thanksgiving!

  • Zerothruster

    Happy Gobble Warming Day !

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