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Mary McNamara: What you don't know about the first Thanksgiving might keep you home for this one

To mark the 400th anniversary of one of the world's most famous voyages, the Mayflower Memorial in Southhampton, England, installed a new plaque this month. Situated alongside those honoring the Mayflower's passengers and crew, it reads: "In memory of the Wampanoag of Patuxet who perished in the 'Great Dying' plague of 1616 to 1619 introduced by European and English invaders. The decimated village of Patuxet — a graveyard — was settled by the pilgrims who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620. They renamed the village Plymouth Colony."

Now, I don't want to ruin anyone's Thanksgiving or anything, but I honestly don't know what to do with the fact that, despite a

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