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Pilgrims, Pie, and Plymouth Rock: the British roots of the USA’s Thanksgiving Day — A Bit About Britain

Mike Biles of “A Bit About Britain” kindly asked me to share a guest post on his site on the history of the U.S.A.’s Thanksgiving celebration- in particular, its British roots.

I hope you can stop over and check it out!

-Anne

A guest post by Anne Clare The United States’ celebration of Thanksgiving might seem, at first glance, like a surprising choice for a blog dedicated to Britain. After all, modern U.S. celebrations largely focus on eating turkey (a bird native… The post Pilgrims, Pie, and Plymouth Rock: the British roots of the USA’s Thanksgiving Day…

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5 thoughts on “Pilgrims, Pie, and Plymouth Rock: the British roots of the USA’s Thanksgiving Day — A Bit About Britain”

  1. Hi Anne – great to read it over at Mike’s blog … cheers and enjoy the festive season and holiday time with the kids … all the best for 2020 – Hilary

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