The story of Thanksgiving is one many people know. The Pilgrims coming to the new world and falling on hard times, only to be helped by the Wampanoag, a Native American tribe. That original meal, which the two peoples enjoyed in 1621, lives on to this day as holiday millions share in the United States.
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