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Artful Baskets, an Important Part of Oneida Culture, on Display at Shako:wi Cultural Center

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The Oneida Indian Nation’s Shako:wi Cultural Center is h [...]

Notes from the past: The Game of Longball

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From the Oneida, Vol.4, No. 4, April, 1993: When Elder K [...]

Snow Snake: Traditional Winter Game of the Haudenosaunee

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Snow Snake is a traditional Haudenosaunee game played du [...]

Fishing for Life

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Traditionally, Oneida fished for sustenance primarily du [...]

Lacrosse Is Important to Many

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By Clint Hill, Oneida Nation Turtle Clan Council Member [...]

The Interworking of the Three Sisters

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Corn, beans and squash are known as the Sustainers of Li [...]

Haudenosaunee Hunting and Fishing Techniques

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The Haudenosaunee developed a cooperative culture, with [...]

The Art of Cornbread

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This "Staff of Life" Provided Energy This hearty bread w [...]

Timeless Technique of Bones

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When John Webster (Wolf Clan) was a mere child of 7 year [...]

The Peacemaker’s Gift of the Great Law

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In a distant time the Oneida, Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga a [...]