How about we take this Thanksgiving day My Favorite Turkeys call me Auntie shirt, it’s an entertaining shirt that you ought to have. Turkey might not have been on the menu at the 1621 festival by the Pilgrims of Plymouth that is viewed as the First Thanksgiving (however history specialists and enthusiasts of Virginia’s Berkeley Plantation may bandy with the “Principal” part). There were unquestionably wild turkeys in the Plymouth region, as pilgrim William Bradford noted in his diary. Notwithstanding, the best existing record of the Pilgrims’ collect devour originates from settler Edward Winslow, creator of Mourt’s Relation: A Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. Winslow’s direct record of the First Thanksgiving incorporated no express notice of turkey. He does, in any case, notice the Pilgrims gathering “wild fowl” for the feast, despite the fact that that could similarly as likely have implied ducks or geese.