Item description for The First Thanksgiving Feast by Joan Anderson & George Ancona...
Overview With photographs taken at Plimoth Plantation, a museum re-creating life in 17th-century Plymouth, Massachusetts, this account of the first Thanksgiving "is a piece of living history that deserves to be enjoyed year-round".--School Library Journal. Black-and-white photographs.
Publishers Description Recreates in accurate detail one of the most popular events in American history, with photographs taken at Plimoth Plantation, the living museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.13" Width: 8.01" Height: 0.23" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date Sep 25, 1989
Publisher Clarion Books
ISBN 0395518865 ISBN13 9780395518861 UPC 046442518864
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More About Joan Anderson & George Ancona
Joan Anderson is a journalist and the bestselling author of A Year by the Sea, An Unfinished Marriage, A Walk on the Beach, and A Weekend to Change Your Life. A graduate of Yale University School of Drama, she lives with her husband on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and conducts weekend workshops for women throughout the country. For more information, please visit joananderson.org
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Historical Aug 17, 2007
This book successfully recaptures images of the original pilgrims of Plymouth colony celebrating the first Thanksgiving from the first crops the first year they landed in 1620. They celebrated with the Wampanoags Indians. The book mostly consists of these pictures with about a paragraph a page. My family has celebrated thanksgiving every year since I was a baby. In the 1800s, the 5th president Abe Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday to be held on the fourth Thursday in November. Gather around the turkey and pile on all the fixings.