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December 20, 1968: The first known victims of the Zodiac Killer are found murdered. David Arthur Faraday, 17, and Betty Lou Jensen, 16 were shot and killed in Benicia, California . Shortly after 11:00 p.m., their bodies were found by Stella Borgesin, a local resident.
December 21, 1620: Pilgrims Come Ashore in Plymouth, MA
On this day in 1620, the Mayflower Pilgrims’ first landing party came ashore in the unforgiving edge of southeastern Massachusetts in the present-day town of Plymouth.
Over the winter of 1620, half the colony died from cold, disease and starvation. Of 18 married women, only three survived. The local Wampanoag tribe showed the Pilgrims how to plant corn, beans and squash.
The fall of 1621 produced a bountiful harvest. The Pilgrims’ governor, William Bradford announced three days of feasting and games to offer thanks. This celebration became known as Thanksgiving, an iconic fest that entered American mythology as a symbol and celebration of divine blessing.
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December 20, 1864: Confederate Troops Flee Savannah and Union Army
On this day in 1864, Confederate forces left Savannah, Georgia, escaping Union General William T. Sherman’s troops. A day later, Sherman accepted the Savannah mayor’s surrender and sent President Lincoln a telegraph, presenting Lincoln with the “Christmas gift of the City of Savannah.” A month earlier, Sherman had begun his “March to the Sea,” beginning in Atlanta, Georgia.
Image: 1868 engraving depicting Sherman’s march to the sea by Alexander Hay Ritchie (Library of Congress).