Browsing All posts tagged under »Berkeley Hundred«

A Richmond editorial (1864) targets Lincoln’s Thanksgiving

November 25, 2015 by


As my previous Thanksgiving posts show, I’m always fascinated over how there is this back and forth between Virginia and Massachusetts when it comes to Thanksgiving. I’m sure this year will see the same old posts on Facebook, arguing that Berkeley Hundred was the actual “first” Thanksgiving. Of course, as I’ve pointed out before (2010), it’s […]

It’s Thanksgiving week… and where, really, was the first?

November 21, 2010 by


As we begin to enter Thanksgiving week, I’m wondering… where, really, was the first “thanksgiving”? Well, technically, we have to narrow this down. Since the first thanksgiving in North America was… well, hold on a sec… …wasn’t the first thanksgiving in North America experienced in 1541 by Coronado’s party after crossing the Llano Estacado in […]


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