The First Thanksgiving (6:06)
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In the spring of 1621, the pilgrims planted their first crops in Patuxet’s abandoned fields. While they had limited success with wheat and barley, their corn crop proved very successful, thanks to Squanto who taught them how to plant corn in hills, using fish as a fertilizer. This was just one of many incidents of Gods providence in the founding of this Country. CWAs Executive Director, George Tryfiates, has more on this amazing story.
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