• The 1st Thanksgiving & The Long Term Treatment of Native Americans

    3 days ago - By It's About Time

    Matthäus Merian's (1593-1650) woodcut print depicted brutal bloodshed in Jamestown, shaping European attitudes toward Native Americans.
    The Coversation.com By Peter C. Mancall. Andrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts & Sciences November 22, 2021 8.28am EST
    The first Thanksgiving is a key chapter in America's origin story - but what happened in Virginia 4 months later mattered much more
    The Thanksgiving events in Plymouth in 1621 that came to be enshrined in the national narrative were not typical. A more revealing incident took place in Virginia...
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