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Adventures in Eating: Pilgrims, Indians dine

By FRAN GINN,

My mother was a history teacher and was quite an American history buff. One of the chief subjects of her interest was Native Americans. She especially loved the story of the first Thanksgiving, always talking of how the Indians were incredibly hospitable to the people who had moved into their land.

 
 
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