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John Tlumacki/globe staff
The Mayflower II was the center of attention in Plymouth harbor the day before Thanksgiving.
Visitors to Plymouth walked past a statue of Massasoit, chief of the Wampanoag Indians overlooking the harbor.
Hundreds of people came to look at Plymouth Rock and passed through the columns of the portico that covers the attraction.
A village in Plimouth Plantation recreates the settlement from the 1620s.
Pilgrim role-player Bridget Fuller seasoned pork she planned to cook in her home fire.
Indian interpreter Bob Charlebous wore a headdress he made from porcupine and deer hair dyed with red berries.
At the Wampanoag Homesite, students from the Black Rock School in Coventry, R.I., checked out a hand-carved canoe.
Suzanna Winslow cut squash at the village.
Elizabeth Howland worked in her garden in the village.
An old rooster got the attention of visitors.
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