IMAGE Lacrosse exhibit opens at Shako:wi

Shining a Light on Lacrosse

Lacrosse, commonly known as the oldest game in America, has made a pit stop at the Shako:wi Cultural Center.

The center, which long has been offering visitors an in depth look at the Oneida Nation, is pleased to announce a brand-new exhibit: Ká:lahse’. Ká:lahse’ – a Haudenosaunee Tradition – gives visitors a chance to look at the traditional game originally played by the Oneida for the entertainment of the Creator and compares it to today’s fast-paced game.

The popularity of the sport is rising. The 2014 Tewaaraton Award, given during the Year of the Oneida by Turtle Clan Council Member Clint Hill and Ron Patterson (Wolf Clan), honored two Onondaga players Lyle and Miles Thompson ...
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IMAGE Settlement agreement receives formal approval. Image of two people shaking hands in front of Oneida Nation logo

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 »

Oneida Indian Nation 2014 Annual Report

The Oneida Indian Nation Annual Report provides a comprehensive look at the year’s highlights. Read More »

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April, as translated in the Oneida language, is referred to as Wahsakayu:té:se’ or “It is Thundering.” Read More »

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