Hello, im Abraham Lincoln and im telling you about the true strory of Thanksgiving.
With the Pilgrims and the Natives gathering together it was a time of feast and a time to give thanks. About fifty Pilgrims came. Plus 90 Wampanoag Indians.
As they gathered around in the outdoors, there meal consisted of what is said deer, and migrating waterfowl like ducks and geese. The Wampanoag guests brought five deer with them, so venison was on the menu.
Plimoth Plantation, guesses they ate "sobaheg," a Wampanoag favorite: a stewed mix of corn, roots, beans, squash and various meats
According to Nathanniel Plilibrick in NPR'S "Debunking Pilgrim Myths" the real history of Thanksgiving is a legacy of spontaneity, goodwill, and hope.
On October 3, 1863 it became a date for all people and on the last Thursday of November that day will be called Thanksgiving.