In America, we celebrate Thanksgiving in remembrance of how the native Americans assisted the struggling Pilgrims in New England. Right here in my native Massachusetts, in 1621, the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians shared a harvest feast that is acknowledged as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies. I’m not a foodie;
It’s Thanksgiving time in America, and living in the Boston area, one cannot help but think of how our country was first founded, and by who. When I travel just 15 minutes from my house to Newburyport, Massachusetts, a lovely seaport city, I can read plaques on the houses that read “1820,” “1775” and even
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