He really runs on in this one but he points out some lessons the settlers learned that it seems people will never learn no matter how many times they cause famine.
This is one of Stefan Molyneux's less politically controversial explanations, giving a more detailed look at historical facts and some funny/unfunny lessons that people should have learned from the first Thanksgiving.
If you have anything to add or care to transcribe the video for this thread, please do.
From the details of the video's description:
While Thanksgiving often provokes warm and fuzzy thoughts about Pilgrims and American Indians, there is a deeper and more important story regarding the origin of the popular holiday.
History of the Plymouth Plantation 1620-1647 by William Bradford
Edit: No, there is nothing in this about murdering Indians or Native Americans or Eskimos...