No pictures of Pilgrims at Mohawk school in upstate New York

11/26/2003 | NYTimes.com

At St. Regis Mohawk Elementary, a public school where all 450 students are Mohawk, Thanksgiving is taught with a particular emphasis on the American Indians' contributions and traditions. Students learn that before the settlers arrived, the Mohawks were celebrating nine Thanksgivings a year in which participants recited a special address giving thanks for the earth's bounty.

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