From Plymouth to Philadelphia, many cities and towns have shaped the Thanksgiving holiday we know today. If you spend your days counting down to that fourth Thursday in November, check out homes for sale in places where you can soak up the history of Thanksgiving all year long.
After the first Thanksgiving celebration in Plymouth, other colonies began to hold days of prayer and thanks. The Massachusetts Bay Colony, located around the present-day cities of Salem and Boston, celebrated its first Thanksgiving in 1630, and in 1777, all 13 colonies observed a day of Thanksgiving on Dec. 18. Known as the Hoffman-Simpson House, this Salem estate's $1.499 million price tag includes a magnificent brick mansion and a two-story carriage house.
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