History of thanksgiving in the USA (wl)

Pilgrim — a member of the group of English people (the Pilgrim Fathers) who sailed to America on the ship The Mayflower in 1620 and started a colony in Massachusetts
The Mayflower — the ship in which the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from Plymouth in England to what is now the US, in 1620
Indian — a Native American (= a member of any of the races of people who were the original people living in America)
Pray — to speak to God, especially to give thanks or ask for help
Corn — a tall plant grown for its large yellow grains that are used for making flour or eaten as a vegetable; the grains of this plant
Harvest — the time of year when the crops are gathered in on a farm, etc.; the act of cutting and gathering crops
Turkey — a large bird that is often kept for its meat, eaten especially at Christmas in the UK and at Thanksgiving in the US
Pumpkin pie — an open pie with a filling of custard made with pumpkin and spices, traditionally eaten in the US on Thanksgiving Day
Native American — of or connected with any of the groups of people who were the original people living in America
Acorn — the small brown nut of the oak tree, that grows in a base that is like a cup
Hunting — going after and killing wild animals as a sport or for food
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