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8 Church or civic leaders proclaimed public days of thanksgiving in response to particular events, such as a military victory, the safe passage of a ship, or the arrival of rain, and not on an annual basis or in connection with the fall harvest. The Pilgrims’ celebration was also hardly the first of its kind; many predated it. The Spanish explorer Francisco Vázquez de Coronado held a similar feast with local Indians in present-day Texas in 1541. The French Huguenots held a day of thanks after their safe arrival in Florida in 1564.
49 St. Pompion might call to mind a jack-o’-lantern to readers now, but the pumpkin’s transformation into the Halloween totem lay many years in the future.
7 The Pilgrims—and the Indians, judging from Winslow’s and Bradford’s comments—had something to celebrate when the settlers produced their first successful harvest in the autumn of 1621. Although most “The Times Wherein Old Pompion Was a Saint” = 33 Americans commemorate the festivities as the first Thanksgiving in the land, the Pilgrims themselves would not have considered the occasion a Thanksgiving Day at all. Instead, they thought of the feasting and games as a harvest fête, and the antithesis of the way they observed Thanksgiving Day.
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