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Rediscovering America: A Quiz On Thanksgiving

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 23, 2017 2:15 PM

Authored by Roger Beckett via InsideSources.com,

Today, Americans will celebrate their oldest tradition: the observance of Thanksgiving, which dates back to 1621. The quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University in Ohio, provides an opportunity to test your knowledge of the history and customs of the nearly 400-year-old holiday.

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1. The first credited Thanksgiving was celebrated at the Plymouth Plantation in Massachusetts. How long was the first Thanksgiving feast?

A. One day
B. Three days
C. Five days
D. One week

2. What was the name of the Native American leader of the Wampanoag Indian tribe who forged an alliance with the English settlers and attended the First Thanksgiving feast with 90 of his men?

A. Massasoit
B. Powhatan
C. Sacagawea
D. Geronimo

3. The Pilgrims arrived at what would become Plymouth Plantation aboard the Mayflower. The ship on which they originally set sail was taking on water so the passengers and crew transferred to the Mayflower. What was the name of the ship on which the Pilgrims originally sailed?

A. Mary Celeste
B. RMS Carpathia
C. Mary Rose
D. Speedwell

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