In fact it was the supposed day that the native american people of our land (the land that was taken away from them) welcomed the pilgrims. How historically correct was it that for just one day the pilgrims and native americans feasted togehter. Then the next day they were fighting? Is it like an unsolved mystery how land was taken away from someone so that it could become the land of the free? I mean even now native americans, african americans, and other communities are being recognized for the mistreatment and unfair conditions that had been done in the past. But how do you really ask for forgiveness and make up for something that people's ancestors had committed. Maybe that question will be answered by the turn of the century.