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What did the pilgrims and Indians eat on their first thanksgiving?

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Venison (deer meat), wild turkey, lobster, clams, mussels, sea bass, bluefish, corn, beans, and squash. they learned to hunt, and grow these things after the Wampanoag taught them.
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