Wild turkey or bald eagle?

The first Thanksgiving was held in 1621 when 50 Pilgrims celebrated their first harvest in the New World with 90 Wampanoag natives. The celebration lasted three days. According to historical records, the feast consisted of deer, turkey, fish, and corn. Pumpkin pie is not listed but I feel sure they had some kind or pumpkin or, at least, a squash casserole.

This is a true and historic account that explains why we eat turkey on Thanksgiving and why the bald eagle was chosen

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