Thanksgiving Information – Native American Heritage Month

By Paul G on November 12, 2012
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November is Native American Heritage Month.  Combined with Thanksgiving, many people seek information about the origins and history of this beloved American holiday.

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Thanksgiving Information

Native American information

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