The peace of God to all that belong to the Light
It is so spread the idea that modern American identity takes its roots from the arrival of the Puritans in the May Flower, and that the first Thanks
giving celebration was in Plymouth by 1621, but nothing is more false that such a claim, they were most the fourth Thanks giving day historically.
As a celebration of Thanks giving including not exclusively native Americans, but also immigrants from elsewhere, such event it is really very far to
be the first one as Puritanism make us to believe.
First at all the London trade Company had already founded two colonies in today Virginia and Maine by 1607, and must likely they celebrated the first
and second Anglo saxon thanks giving days of America, but they were just the fifth and sixth of the country, not being Puritans but Episcopal
Maine and Virginia London Company Settlements fifth & sixth Thanks giving days
What you are going to learn possibly shock you, depending on how are your standards to profile Americans, the four first Thanks giving days belong all
to Latin Culture in America.
By 1595 close to El Paso Texas was celebrated the fourth Thanks Giving day by an expedition of Spaniards.
In 1565 Pedro Menendez de Avila did so with his Spaniards and Aborigines in the very foundation of San Agustin in Florida, the First European
Settlement that still exist in the soil of USA, place of the third Thanks Giving day.
Third Thanks Giving day in Sn Agustine Florida 1565
Now, just one year before him a colony of French Huguenots was settled in Florida too, 200 soldiers and artisans began in 1564, led by Rene de
Goulaine de Laudonniere, who called it La Caroline, they were by sure who celebrated the second Thanks Giving day.
2nd ThanksGiving in La Caroline, St Johns river mouth, Florida.
Moreover, 23 years before those Frenchmen Francisco Vasquez de Coronado presided the very truly first Thanks Giving celebration in Canyon, Texas with
an Eucharist Roman Catholic mass with all his expeditionary group of Spaniards and Mexicans that arrived from Mexico city gathering with some Comanche
and Apache aborigines.
1st Thanks giving day ever Canyon, Texas, 1541
Are you surprised? Well I think this is something by sure shocking to the so called white supremacists that have tried to rewrite history to 'show'
that Hispanic Culture is not really American when as a matter of fact is in the very core of the foundation of the nation.
Thanks for your attention,
Happy Thanks giving day!
The Angel of Lightness
edit on 11/23/2017 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)