Thursday, November 25, 2010
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. If you care for some holdiay-related land use thoughts, we had some previous posts on Plymouth, MA (site of the Pilgrims' first Thanksgiving*) possibly becoming the Hollywood of the East; Will Cook on The Pilgrims and Land Use; and an assertion that Thanksgiving is a land use holiday.
* I know better than to wade into the controversies over which place had the true first Thanksgiving--Plymouth (1621); Berkeley Hundred in Virginia (1619); or even St. Augustine, Florida (1565). Regardless of who was first, thanksgiving feasts since the beginning have been celebrations of the relationship between the community and the land. Enjoy your holdiay!
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