America Before the Pilgrims: Wampanoag Tribe and History

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Joshua J. Mark
by NBC News Learn
published on 09 March 2021
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Before the Mayflower arrived in 1620, thousands of indigenous nations lived on the northeast coast of North America. The pilgrims aboard the Mayflower arrived in the territory of the Wampanoag Nation. Learn more about Wampanoag history and culture from three members of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe. "1620: Beyond Thanksgiving" is produced by NBC News Learn in partnership with NBC 10 Boston.

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Learn, N. N. (2021, March 09). America Before the Pilgrims: Wampanoag Tribe and History. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2300/america-before-the-pilgrims-wampanoag-tribe-and-hi/

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