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First Thanksgiving Plymouth

As Plymouth, Massachusetts, celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s arrival in 1620, ongoing archaeological work at the original Pilgrim settlement has unearthed a sweeping array of Native American and early European artifacts. These discoveries, together with primary source accounts written by Pilgrims William Bradford and Edward Winslow, have reshaped our understanding of the “First Thanksgiving”; a three-day feast celebrating the Pilgrims’ first harvest in the New World in 1621.       Read more

Wishbone

After spending more than an hour with your in-laws this Thanksgiving, you’ll want to break something. Don’t worry; it’s totally normal and completely inevitable. Take solace in knowing that you’re not alone. Hang in there. Just focus your energy on the impending battle of the wishbone. With our guidance, you will enjoy a decisive victory of the Fractured Furcula. Read more