2 deer and a turkey to Va. governor, and Indian tribes' tax debt is sealed once again RICHMOND - In honor of Thanksgiving, the president of the United States gets to pardon a turkey each year. In Virginia, the Thanksgiving tradition comes a bit more . . . deceased. In a ceremony that traces its roots to a 333-year-old treaty between Native Americans and the British crown, chiefs of the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Indian tribes gave Gov.
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