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American Indian Museum Celebrates Thanksgivingi
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November 22, 2013 9:04 PM
On Thanksgiving Day, which falls on Nov. 28 this year, families across the United States will gather for a holiday feast. It’s a tradition that traces its roots to the 17th century, when English settlers celebrated their first harvest in the New World. The restaurant at the National Museum of the American Indian pays tribute to that feast. VOA’s Steve Baragona says it’s a chance to get a taste of Native American culture.

American Indian Museum Celebrates Thanksgiving

Published November 22, 2013

On Thanksgiving Day, which falls on Nov. 28 this year, families across the United States will gather for a holiday feast. It’s a tradition that traces its roots to the 17th century, when English settlers celebrated their first harvest in the New World. The restaurant at the National Museum of the American Indian pays tribute to that feast. VOA’s Steve Baragona says it’s a chance to get a taste of Native American culture.


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