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About Thanksgiving
The first observance of Thanksgiving in America was entirely religious in nature and it did not involve any form of feasting. It was on 4th December 1619 when a group of 38 English settlers arrived at Berkeley Plantation on the James River...a location, which is now known as Charles City, Virginia. The charter of this group required that the day of their arrival to that place, be observed as a Day of Thanksgiving to God.

"Thanksgiving Day" Screensaver
Thanksgiving, or Thanksgiving Day is an annual one-day holiday to give thanks (traditionally to God) at the close of the harvest season. In the United States, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. Screen Shot and Download Free for Windows, fits all screen resolutions, mp3 background music with dual monitor support.

"Thanksgiving Moods" Screensaver
Watch the text slowly coming on the screen and then encircling the images of the trees of fall. The finale- a real video shot of a tree during fall and a message for the holiday. Includes calm and peaceful music. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows. Vista Compatible.

"Thanksgiving Bounties" Screensaver
A video shot of the leaves in close up and the bounties appearing on the video in a train of images. The text message is equally inspiring. Includes calm and peaceful music. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows. Vista Compatible.

"Day Of Thanksgiving" Screensaver
It is Autumn and it's time to thank. A tree is captured in video and put to enhance the screensaver. Includes calm and peaceful music. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows. Vista Compatible!

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"Bountiful Thanksgiving" Screensaver
Let us be grateful for the bountiful gifts our higher power has provided. This animated screen saver includes appropriate MP3 music in the background. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

"Thanksgiving Shoot-out" Screensaver
Hunt for your next Thanksgiving dinner in this interactive cartoon screen saver. Select from 3 weapons: a shotgun, flame Thrower, or Rifle to cook your next turkey... Includes cool sound effects! Free from Acez Software. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

"Season of Peace" Screensaver
Autumn a Season of Peace, Thanksgiving a day of remembering special People, this animated screen saver includes calm and peaceful MP3 music in the background. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

"Fruity Surprise" Screensaver
A colorful Fruity Surpise animated multi scene Thanksgiving screen saver. Contains soothing gratitude MP3 music in the background. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

"A Bountiful Thanksgiving" Screensaver
Step back into the world of Thanksgiving Past! This saver includes 15 images of pilgrims, turkeys, and harvest in a slideshow set against a backdrop of animated falling leaves. Appropriate 17th century music plays in the background. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

"Beautiful Fall" Screensaver
Enjoy the scenes of the images slowly moving down in the saver. The screensaver ends with two live video shots of fall trees. A beautiful combination of art and science of designing. Includes calm and peaceful music. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

Free Thanksgiving Freebie Archives

"Looney Tunes Thanksgiving" Screensaver
This screen saver explodes your favorite cartoon friends into many pieces then rebuilds the whole image piece by piece. Includes sound. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

"Looney's Thanksgiving" Screensaver
This screen saver builds your image one piece at a time patchwork style using rotating 3D cubes. Watch as this snowy images transforms into a Looney Tune Thanksgiving feast. Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

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Free "Thanksgiving Day" Jig Saw Puzzle
Easy install, download, click and play for Windows. Screen Shot and Download Level - Novice

"Bug's Thanksgiving Puzzle" Screensaver
This Bug's Thanksgiving puzzle screen saver is Free to download. Multiple puzzle schemes and speeds put together Bugs and friends on your screen Screen Shot and Download - Free for Windows.

Thanksgiving History
The first Thanksgiving in the New England area was celebrated in 1621, a little less than a year after the Plymouth colonists had settled in America. The Plymouth colonists were popularly known as the Pilgrims. It is believed that they had set sail from Plymouth, England on a ship called the 'Mayflower' on September 6, 1620.

That year the initial harsh Massachusetts winters killed approximately one-half of the original 102 pilgrims in the new territory. Whereas in the following Spring that is in 1621, the Indians, under the guidance of two brave persons named Samoset, of the Wampanoag Tribe and Squanto, of the Patuxtet Tribe, taught the survivors how to plant corn, called 'maize' by the natives, and how to catch alewives, a variety of the herring family, in order that the fish might be used as a fertilizer to growing pumpkins, beans and other crops. Samoset and Squanto also instructed the Pilgrims in the arts of hunting and angling. That year by the summer season, despite poor crops of peas, wheat and barley, a good corn yield was expected and the pumpkin crop was bountiful.

In early fall in order to recognize the help offered to the pilgrims by the Indians and to give thanks for having survived, the Governor, William Bradford, arranged for a harvest festival. Four men were sent 'fowling' after ducks and geese. Turkey may or may not have been a part of the forthcoming meal because the term 'turkey' was used by the Pilgrims to mean any type of wild fowl.