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FOR METRO. Plymouth, MA 11/25/2010 Juan Gonzalez (cq) of Boston rekindles a small fire Ð the smoke symbolizing a ritual for healing and a connection with the “creator.” He has been attending this day of mourning for 30 years. “We feel the pain of the Wampanoag,” said Gonzalez. United American Indians of New England gather for the National Day of Mourning across from Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, MA on Thursday, November 25, 2010. The day signifies the deaths of American Indians at the hands of early settlers and colonists and the independence of American Indians. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff) Section: METRO Slug: n/a Reporter: Erin Ailworth

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