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What did the Wampanoag Indians call their thanksgiving celebration?

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For many years before the arrival of the Pilgrims, the Wampanoag Indians in the neighborhood of what became known as Plymouth had their own yearly thanksgiving festival. What did they call it?

A) Nickommoh

B) Wesu

C) Mishoon

D) Massasoit

E) Sobahog

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