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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 [...]

Oneida Nation Continues Reclamation of Artifacts

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The ancestral homelands of the Oneida Nation encompassed [...]

Polly Cooper: From Humble Cook to Oneida Icon

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Little is known about the woman who symbolizes the loya [...]

Hanyery: Beyond Oriskany

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This article originally appeared in The Oneida newslette [...]

A 1912 Tribute to Chief Shenendoah

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Did You Know? Harding Farm Once Welcomed Oneidas

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Artifacts Purchase Quite a Find

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The Guswenta: Two Row Wampum Belt is a Symbol of Sovereignty

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This belt symbolizes the agreement and conditions under [...]

Did You Know? Pillsbury Bakeoff Winner: Shirley Ordiway

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The year was 1959. Mattel introduced the Barbie doll. Al [...]

Few Accounts Exist of Oneida Involvement in Revolutionary War

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History books are replete with accounts of the American [...]