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Thanksgiving, American Mythology And The Suppressed Speech Of Wamsutta Frank James

America is short on memory. However, for its relatively young age, it has an abundance of mythology. Paul Bunyan, John Henry, Pecos BillĀ — these all reside in a place somewhere between myth and reality for many Americans. George Washington chopping down the apple tree, Ben Franklin and the kite, Paul Revere ‘ringing those bells and […]