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The Legend of Squanto, Part 02 of 04 Saturday, November 9, 2019
In history books, Tisquantum earns a brief mention as the Native American who taught the Pilgrims to fish and farm. Many credit “Squanto” with America’s very first Thanksgiving. But few people know of the tragic events that saw him carried in chains to foreign lands… or what he found when his long exile finally ended.
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Radio Theatre: The Legend of Squanto This audio drama brings to light the story of one of America's early legends — "Squanto." History remembers Tisquantum as the Native American who taught early settlers to fish and farm. He's even credited with the first Thanksgiving. But few hear the story of the condemnation that dragged him outside America to a life in chains and what he discovered after his exile. It's an inspiring true story of this little-known early American that triumphed over injustice and changed what would become the United States.