Thanksgiving was celebrated first by American colonist! ! ! ! ! ! !
They taught the pilgrims how to survive off the land in America.
Thanksgiving (Thanksgiving day which is celebrated every November 27) :)
Thanksgiving was celebrated for the first time by American colonists.
A great website for details on the First Thanksgiving is the Scholastic one with reenactments.
The House of Burgesses determined that the English colonies would have a representative government. Does the person who asked this go to ESMS?
The Pilgrims of the Plymouth Rock colony celebrated the first Thanksgiving with Native Americans.
Thanksgiving. I think. 2.78percent sure
it started around the 1800's. The modern observances of Halloween are more recent than one might expect. The holiday had a rebirth in North America between the late 19th and early 20th centuries, probably through an influx of Irish immigrants. They brought with them traditions that combined featu...
Metacomet was the second son of Massasoit (guide and friend to the settlers at Plymouth Metacomet was also known by the English as "King Phillip" Made war against the English settlers known as "the King Phillips war" in the mid 1600's. against European encroachment on Native lands & Hunting g...
If you are speaking on behalf of the original 13 colonies in America, then from Britain. Britain wanted to financially benefit from the existence of the colonies, so Britain taxed the colonies harshly. Obviously, the colonies did not particularly enjoy these taxes and fought to win their independ...
The middle colonies focused on trading. They would buy lumber and boats from the new England colonies so they could trade over sea. They had little/no need for slaves • Another reason why is so they could trade exotic spices and other goods to make money.
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While ranked forty-sixth among the states in size, in 2002 New Jersey ranked ninth in terms of population, with nearly 8.5 million people. New Jersey is by far the nation's most urbanized and most densely populated state, with 1,144 persons per square mile. In contrast, the national population de...
All Hallows' Eve is the original way of saying Halloween. It's a term to refer to the Eve of All Saints. All Saints' Day falls on November 1st. Neither of those dates were celebrated by the Pilgrims. The Pilgrims considered the dates links with the Roman Catholic Church against which they were di...
Clinton Rd. in West Milford Leeds Point, home of the legendary Jersey Devil, aka Mother Leeds' 13th child, which she cursed before birth. The baby was born with glowing red eyes, hooves, fur, wings and a tail. It still inhabits the area and makes its presence known by hoof prints, eerie screams i...
yes other wise why would we have it The holly and the ivy are both strong winter flora and flourish, therefore they symbolized strength and an ability to survive under bad conditions. Originally the pagans who wished to do likewise used them to celebrate the winter solstice. Later the hymn "The H...
It was the sepratists in England from the 1620's. They didn't believe in their churches way of worshiping god!
The pilgrims did not name the ship, they hired it. Christopher Jones was the Captain. It was a cargo ship that carried goods between England and the continent.
Their leader, who had to be someone named Peter, would have epic fights with a giant chicken.
Well, its really hard to explain this. We have global warming, you know, and the global warming is getting more powerful this year. So, maybe, its really weird saying this, but maybe, we might have a very powerful global warming this year, and it ma cause us all to die
Many of the celebrations in the Southern Colonies centered around the church. One of the celebrations that was commonly celebrated in the Southern Colonies was Christmas. However, it was not the same as it is now. In Colonial times it was a celebration for the adults.
A hatter is actually a person who makes hats for men. Most are made of beaver skin, and some are actually made of straw, cotton, or even wool. To be a hatter you must be good with your hands, patient, know about animal fur, know how to make different hats, as well as being able to make and put th...
they were looking for gold and silver but then couldn't find any so claimed the nice rich land for England
Thanksgiving, with the native Americans.
They died because of starvation, disease and the cold.
Health Children faced high risks of life-threatening diseases that are now very curable. It was very common to lose several children in 1 family or many in 1 community. There were no vaccines or "health care". Typhoid fever and other outbreaks like flu took many lives of kids. Work Most every chi...
Massasoit worked out a treaty with the Pilgrims, and Squanto helped the people build and grow vegtables. and the last one is Samoset.
the answer is independence day
the costum came to Halloween so they can look at it