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In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims and the Native Americains were celebrating the first Thanksgiving.
Before that, the first English Pilgrims had arrived by boat on the American ground. There were 102 pilgrims on the "Mayflower".
They were staying in Plymouth Rock the 11 of September 1620. There first winter was ugly. On the next autumn, 46 Pilgrims were dead.
The 2 next Thanksgiving were in 1623 and 1676. On october 1677, was the first time when 13 colony were rejoined for a new Thanksgiving.
Then, in 1789, Georges Washington had proclaimed an other Thanksgiving.
Finally, the president Lincoln was proclaimed the last Thursday of November, the national day of Thanksgiving. Today, Thanksgiving is celebrating by all of Americans.
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