Tag: first thanksgiving
A 2012 Cracked.com article addressed the myth that white settlers carved America out of an untamed wilderness, here's what really happened.
Gale Courey Toensing
The first Wampanoag-Pilgrim Treaty was signed by Massasoit, the leader of the Wampanoag Nation, and the leaders of Plymouth Colony on April 1, 1621.
15 Cartoons! Hailing from the Santo Domingo Reservation, Ricardo Cate’, is now a Native cartoonist and artist known worldwide
A new book and documentary film, Mashpee Nine, by Paula Peters, tells a story of "cultural justice" that grew from injustice.
What is the true history of Thanksgiving? When you hear about the Pilgrims and “the Indians” harmoniously sharing the “first Thanksgiving” meal in 1621, the Indians referred to so generically are the ancestors of the contemporary members of the Wampanoag Nation. As the story commonly goes, the Pilgrims sailed...
The real first Thanksgiving story isn’t complete without the Wampanoag history, as described in this article from Indian Country Media Network.
Tanya H. Lee
The enslavement of the Indigenous Peoples of New England was integral to the very fabric of colonial life as early as the 1620s, says Newell.
Thing About Skins: Crazy white people are the new Native Americans
Kevin Gover, director of the National Museum of the American Indian, recently gave a TEDx Talk about history myths including Columbus and Thanksgiving
Students at Humboldt State University have won a small victory for Natives. The university will no longer have Thanksgiving Break, it's now Fall Break
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