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Thanksgiving Day, celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the US, honors the early settlers and their first harvest feast most probably in the 17th century. There are some, however, who believe that it took place even earlier, at the end of the 16th century. So, what are the most common Thanksgiving Myths?

Now that was a really long time ago and it is poorly documented, so in a way it’s natural that there are several misconceptions related to it.

This infographic gives us information about what actually happened at the first feast and how it happened. Were the Pilgrims the first to celebrate Thanksgiving in America? Did they invite the Indians to the harvest festival? Did they sit down to a Thanksgiving dinner? What clothes did they wear? Did they eat popcorn?

Study this fun infographic and find the answers to the questions above.  Some amusing misconceptions about the turkey will be dispelled too.

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