Plymouth, Mass., the site of the nation’s first Thanksgiving, has grown in size since Pilgrims broke bread with the Native population in 1621, two years after the first permanent settlement was established in Jamestown, Va. It now has an estimated 7,122 people, according to the 2014-18 American Community Survey. Yet the Native population hasn’t exactly kept pace: The Census Bureau said no Natives are now living in Plymouth, and only 680 reside in the county that includes Plymouth.
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Native American Population, 2018. Click here to explore further.