Cranberry Bog

Wild cranberries were used by Native Americans long before 1620 and remain today as a symbol of the first Thanksgiving. An English missionary, John Eliot, gave them the name ‘kraanbere’ in 1647. Wampanoags and Lenni-Lenape called them ibimi which translates literally as “bitter” or “sour berries.”

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