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Where did the pilgrims first land?
b. New York
What was the name of the ship, which carried the pilgrims?
a. The Mayflower
b. The Pinta
c. The Beagle
d. The Fina
How many passengers were onboard?
Who was the Captain of the ship, which carried the Pilgrims?
a. John Smith
b. Christopher Jones
c. Thomas Williams
d. William Tell
How many days were the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower?
What was the name of the child that was born on the Pilgrim's
What was the name of the tribe which helped the pilgrims?
Who was the chief of the Pakanoet?
d. Sitting Bull
During which month is Thanksgiving celebrated in Canada?
Who declared Thanksgiving to be a national holiday on the 4th
Thursday of November?
a. George Washington
b. Abraham Lincoln
c. Woodrow Wilson
d. Andrew Jackson
What was the name of the turkey that was pardoned by Barack Obama
d. Big Bird
Which of these popular Thanksgiving foods was not on the table in
b. Pumpkin pie
When was the first thanksgiving?
Aside from the USA, which other country celebrates
a. Great Britain
Pilgrims were also called?
What percentage of pilgrims perished over the first winter?
a. 30 percent
b. 50 percent
c. 75 percent
d. 10 percent
Who was the first governor of the Plymouth Colony?
a. John Smith
b. William Woodward
c. John Carver
d. David Foxworth
How many pilgrims attended the Thanksgiving feast?
Which countries culture gave us the cornucopia?
a. The Celts
b. The Native American
c. Ancient Rome
d. Ancient China
Where was the Ship carrying the pilgrims supposed to land?
b. The mouth of the Hudson
c. New Hampshire
d. British Columbia
The Mayflower was not a passenger ship. What was it?
a. A cargo ship
b. A fishing vessel
c. A navy ship
d. A pirate ship
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