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How medieval Catholic traditions of thanksgiving prayers and feasting shaped the Protestant celebration of Plymouth's pilgrims

By Joanne M. Pierce, Professor Emerita of Religious Studies, College of the Holy Cross
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The Pilgrims who started the first Thanksgiving tradition after they landed in Plymouth were following the customs they had grown up with, originating in medieval times.The Conversation


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