1. Retelling the story of the Mayflower's arrival, 400 years later  CBS News
  2. The Mayflower Compact 400 Years Later  The Wall Street Journal
  3. Mayflower's 400th: Retelling the story of Plymouth Colony  CBS This Morning
  4. Sen. Tom Cotton: It's the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims' arrival. Why haven't we heard more about it?  Fox News
  5. More than name change may be needed at former Plimoth Plantation  The Boston Globe
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A four-nation commemoration of the 1620 landing of the Pilgrims in America also includes stories of the indigenous people.A four-nation commemoration of the 1620 landing of the Pilgrims in America also includes stories of the indigenous people.

Retelling the story of the Mayflower's arrival, 400 years later - CBS News

The anniversary of what many would argue marked the founding of the nation, has come with little fanfare elsewhere, during a year marred not only by a pandemic but by unrest over systemic racism.The anniversary of what many would argue marked the founding of the nation, has come with little fanfare elsewhere, during a year marred not only by a pandemic but by unrest over systemic racism.

Celebrations marking the arrival of the Pilgrims on the Mayflower go without ceremony | Daily Mail Online

In November 1620 a battered old ship called the Mayflower arrived in the waters off Cape Cod in what is now the state of Massachusetts.In November 1620 a battered old ship called the Mayflower arrived in the waters off Cape Cod in what is now the state of Massachusetts.

Eating "pre-contact" plants and animals the week of Thanksgiving highlights the growing movement for food sovereignty.Eating "pre-contact" plants and animals the week of Thanksgiving highlights the growing movement for food sovereignty.

The Native Foods Of Thanksgiving | KCUR 89.3 - NPR in Kansas City. Local news, entertainment and podcasts.

The narrative that underpins the traditional Thanksgiving story is built on myths about the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag and their relationship.The narrative that underpins the traditional Thanksgiving story is built on myths about the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag and their relationship.

What really happened on Thanksgiving Day? Not what you think, probably

Historian David Silverman and Wampanoag tribe member David Vanderhoop unpacked the true story of the first Thanksgiving in a conversation hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.Historian David Silverman and Wampanoag tribe member David Vanderhoop unpacked the true story of the first Thanksgiving in a conversation hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.

The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News | Going Beyond the Myth This Thanksgiving

The name Plimoth Patuxet reflects a long commitment to Wampanoag history, but the exhibits themselves are still due for a refresh.The name Plimoth Patuxet reflects a long commitment to Wampanoag history, but the exhibits themselves are still due for a refresh.

More than name change may be needed at former Plimoth Plantation - The Boston Globe

Mountain City residents celebrate Thanksgiving with a meal at last year’s Danny Herman Trucking Community Thanksgiving Meal. Things will be ...

A time to be thankful, a time to reflect - The Tomahawk

Facing threats from local rivals and deadly epidemics, the Native American leader used his alliance with the English to protect his people.Facing threats from local rivals and deadly epidemics, the Native American leader used his alliance with the English to protect his people.

Massasoit and the strategic Wampanoag alliance with the Pilgrims