Of all the tribes named in these pages, there exist only a few half-civilized beings of the Oneidas
, on the reservations of their people in New York.
I had lost my bullet-mould in crossing the Oneida
outlet, and had to make shift with the buckshot; but the rifle was true, and didn’t scatter like your two-legged thing there, Judge, which don’t do, I find, to hunt in company with.
Before the deal, New York state and the Oneida Nation had current disputes dating back to 1795 and since 1970, Oneidas, the state and the two counties had been in litigation and there had been multiple failed attempts to resolve the disputes.
Previous week, Oneidas declared for a $15 million investment in new cash slot machines and new plans at the Turning Stone casino.
Kellogg's emphasis on place and belonging was based on what she called a "protected autonomy," contributing to a dialogue on how the Oneidas
saw themselves as tribal members and Native people.
Lives: Long Lost Voices of the Wisconsin Oneidas
by Herbert S.
obvious acculturation, the individuals who tell these stories never--not for a moment--forget they are Oneidas
, Iroquois, and Indians" (xxx).
Regis reserve, educated in New England, and undertook an Anglican mission to the Oneidas
As the Oneidas
assert their tribal autonomy, arguing that they posses inviolable aboriginal immunity from taxes, landowners' groups like Upstate Citizens for Equality have begun to call for nothing less than a full reassessment of federal Indian policy.
Sources indicate that the state's hope is that by giving the Oneidas
approval for a casino in the Catskills, the state can obtain concessions from the Oneidas
on other issues, including land claims near Syracuse and taxes on reservation liquor and cigarette sales.
I actually don't consider myself returning, though I know other Wisconsin Oneidas
who do, nor do I consider this home yet, so I stay silent.
Lives: Long-Lost Voices of the Wisconsin Oneidas