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    ONONDAGA INDIAN NATION (THE SIX NATIONS)


    ONONDAGA INDIAN NATION (THE SIX NATIONS)

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    Onondaga Nation History

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    A young Indian woman and seven children: babies, toddlers, and older children, gathered on the porch of a wooden house; Onondaga reservation, (1910).

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    Nedrow NY Onondaga Indian School 2010's

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    Onondaga Indian Reservation NY Trading Post 1950's

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    Nedrow NY Onondaga Indian School 1915

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    Seneca

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    Pretty Flower - Iroquois (Seneca) – 1908

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    Chief Cornplanter (Seneca Nation)

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    family roots

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    Seal of Seneca Nation

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    Indian Village - Pipe - NYS Fair In 1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt, then Governor of New York State, was made a blood brother & dedicated this large ceremonial pipe. Later while visiting the Fair as President in the fall of 1933, Roosevelt issued an "Executive Order". With this order a handful of earth from the Indian Village was given to Onondaga Chief Andrew Gibson, designated as custodian of the Six Nations, since the Indian Village is in Onondaga Nation Territory.

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    The Iroquois Confederacy (also called the "League of Peace and Power," the "Five Nations," the "Six Nations," or the "People of the Longhouse") is a group of native Americans originally consisting of five Indian nations: the Mohawk, the Oneida, the Onondaga, the Cayuga, and the Seneca. A sixth tribe, the Tuscarora, joined after the original five nations were formed.What does Ohio mean? The name Ohio originates from the Iroquois Indian word for good river.

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