Kenneth Davis

author, 'Don't Know Much about History' series

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Kenneth Davis on KCRW

Popular legend says all the passengers on the Mayflower were pilgrims who always wore black clothes with silver buckles and who celebrated the first Thanksgiving on American shores.

Don't Know Much about Thanksgiving?

Popular legend says all the passengers on the Mayflower were pilgrims who always wore black clothes with silver buckles and who celebrated the first Thanksgiving on American shores.

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