Home Themes Holidays Thanksgiving. Halloween has come and gone and the weather is growing chillier every day. Imagine how the pilgrims must have felt that first winter in Plymouth, Massachusetts with little more than the clothes on their back. Thankfully, their relationship with the Native Americans helped them survive. On Thanksgiving Day, pilgrims and Indians gathered to give thanks for the harvest and feast on its bounty. The tradition remains today when we gather with family to give thanks for our many blessings. Thanksgiving costumes features puritan style Pilgrim garb for men, women and children. When worn together your family and friends can recreate the first Thanksgiving. Acting out the first Thanksgiving in costume is also a common occurrence in school across America.
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Home Shop by Character Holidays Thanksgiving. Celebrate the beginning of the United States of America and a wonderful meal between native Americans and colonists, and find a fine outfit for a fun Halloween costume party with this collection of Thanksgiving Costumes! From pilgrims and turkeys to Native Americans and colonial dresses, there are lots of fun styles to choose from! Women's Native American Princess Costume. Pilgrim Turkey Hat. Bow And Arrow Set. Colonial Hat. Colonial Boy Child Costume.
Thanksgiving is one of the most universally celebrated holidays in the United States. It has religious roots, but also secular traditions. The settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the early 's are often credited with initiating the feast. These Puritans and Pilgrims thought that celebrations of Christmas and Easter were frivolous. In fact they thought that ANY celebration was frivolous. But it was entirely appropriate to give thanks to God for protection and guidance. In Governor William Bradford proclaimed a "Day of Thanksgiving" for having survived the first winter and bringing in a harvest. But it bore little resemblance to modern feasts.
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