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Thanksgiving traditionally revolves around family and food. Turkey drop first annual wkrp thanksgiving day november 22 1978 shirt While we’re all excited to dig into our favorite turkey, stuffing (or dressing), sweet potatoes, and pumpkin pie recipes, it’s important to remember how the holiday actually started. Whether you’re looking for an interesting conversation starter that won’t start arguments as you pass the plates or want to surprise your guests with your Thanksgiving trivia knowledge, these interesting facts will make you seem like the smartest person at the dinner table. Today, Thanksgiving takes place on one glorious, food-filled day — maybe two if you count Black Friday. But that wasn’t enough for the original Pilgrims.

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In November 1621, the settlers’ first corn harvest proved successful and Governor William Bradford invited the Plymouth colonists’ Native American allies to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Members of the Wampanoag tribe came bearing food to share and as they joined the Pilgrims, the revelers decided to extend the affair. Nobody is quite sure if the almighty bird that now marks the centerpiece of our table was even on the menu back in 1621. However, they did indulge in other interesting foods like lobster, seal, and swan. The Wampanoag even brought five deer to the feast, so if you also enjoy venison at your autumn table, consider yourselves right in line with longstanding tradition. Modeled after an English village and a Wampanoag home site, the historic attraction Plymouth Plantation stays true to its historic roots. And if you want to go way back to the original Thanksgiving table, you can. Guests can order tickets as early as June (May for members) to attend a Thanksgiving dinner complete with authentic courses like a corn pudding and fish fricassee, tales of colonial life, and centuries-old songs. Don’t be too shy to join in the sing-along!

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