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FIS Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving An American holiday; When we remember the feast that the Pilgrims had in 1621 to give thanks
Pilgrims Group of people who left England because they wanted religious freedom
Native Americans The people who were living in America when the Pilgrims arrived
feast A very big meal where there is plenty of food and usually many people
Mayflower The ship that the Pilgrims used to leave England
religious freedom The right to choose a church and practice your own beliefs
Wampanoag Tribe The group of Native Americans who lived near New Plymouth; Massasoit, Squanto, and Samoset belonged to this tribe
New Plymouth The location in Massachusetts where the Pilgrims landed and started a colony
autumn The season that comes between summer and winter; September, October, and November areautumn months
celebration A joyful time with special activities to remember a special event
wilderness A wild location where few people live and where there are no roads and buildings
plenty more than enough; more than you need
Created by: kimmeld