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I found the book to be uneven..sometimes intriguing and other times extraordinarily dull.
And, sad to say, I think the author got a number of details wrong (which I won't recap here), largely through over-reliance on some particular sources.
When the Separatists did have a meal with the Indians, they did not have turkey and pumpkin piece, but probably corn and venison.
a bit dry/academic feeling. Its a short book, but not a fast read. Loved the information and learning about the real history of the holiday.Published 15 months ago by Miss Lark
A Great and Godly Adventure is an absolutely outstanding read. All the things you thought you knew about the first Indians and Thanksgiving. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by vejs
This book does deliver what it promises - it explains why the First Thanksgiving was a myth, and it is extremely interesting to learn what the early Thanksgivings consisted of. Read morePublished on December 1, 2009 by Ann Sherry
I picked this up at the library recently, this being the Thanksgiving season and all, and was at first fascinated by the purported concept. Read morePublished on November 20, 2007 by Matthew Wall
i read this book for a class and i was majorly confused by this book..Published on October 10, 2007 by Nicole Luongo