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Oneida Nation Collaborates with Area School to Enhance Language Learning


Research has long suggested the ideal time to teach a new language is to 4-year-old students because young learners absorb so much information at this age.

With that in mind the Oneida Indian Nation Language program and Madison-Oneida BOCES (MOBOCES) are developing a curriculum and best practices to ensure all children at the Oneida Indian Nation Early Learning Center are learning the traditional language. With one-year of collaboration already behind them the staff at the Verona ...
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History

First Allies, Continued Friendship


The Oneida Indian Nation is known as the United States’ first ally, having fought with the colonists during the American Revolution. The Oneidas participated in key battles such as Oriskany and Saratoga, and traveled hundreds of miles to deliver corn to Washington’s starving troops at Valley Forge.

Fast forward to today, and the Oneida Nation continues this...
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Culture

The Creator's Game

It’s been called the fastest game on two feet and the fastest growing sport in the world. European visitors to North America called it “lacrosse.” To the Oneida people, who have played the Creator’s game since time immemorial, it is “ká:lahse’” (gah-las). Click here to view a special new website dedicated to the Creator's game. Read more »

Enterprises

Turning Stone Resort Casino

Turning Stone Resort Casino offers world-class golf, gaming, entertainment, and accommodations. Visit Turning Stone Read more »

In the Community

A New Era of Shared Prosperity

On May 16, 2013, the Oneida Nation, the State of New York and Madison and Oneida counties signed an historic agreement . Read more about the historic agreement with New York State Read more »

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