• November 28, 2013  

    The first Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Mass., probably didn’t resemble the modern holiday we celebrate today. Economics correspondent Paul Solman steps back in time to explore the contrasting exchange models used by Native Americans and pilgrims in 1621 and how that alters the meaning behind the first act of giving thanks. Continue reading

  • May 3, 2007  

    England’s Queen Elizabeth II visits the historical settlement of Jamestown Friday to mark the 400th anniversary of the town’s founding. Three historians discuss the settlement’s significance and how views of its history have changed over time. Continue reading