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About the Oneida Indians __ Brief, but highly informative, overview of the Oneida Indians. - From -

Facts for Kids: Oneida Indians (Oneidas) __ "Information about the Oneida Indians for students and teachers. Covers Oneida tribes in Canada and the United States..." Many resources. - From -

Oneida Indian Nation __ "Known as the fledgling United States’ first allies, the Oneidas played a key role in the birth of this Nation, and have overcome numerous challenges and hardships. We have a unique story to share, and we encourage you to learn more about us and our economic rebirth in our Central New York home." - illustrated - From -

Oneida Indian Tribe History __ A good overview of Oneida Indian history along with links to more material. - From -

The Oneida Indians tribe __ "The history and culture of the Oneida Nation. Learn the vital role these people played in the American Revolution." - From -

The Oneida Indians of Wisconsin __ "...unofficial effort to provide basic information about the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin..." It might be 'unofficial' but an excellent resource. - illustrated - From -

Oneida Language and the Oneida Indian Tribe __ You will find Oneida language information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Oneida Indians. Many resources. - From -

Oneida Nation __ "The Oneida, or Onyota'a ka are one of the original five members of the Iroquois League, being situated in what today is upper New York State. The traditional lands of the Oneida were the second most easterly of the Iroquois, situated between the easternmost Mohawk and the Onondaga..." Some history and culture. - illustrated - From -

Oneida Nation Home Page __ Official website of this tribe feature cultural and clan information, government, history, and statistics. - illustrated - From -

Oneida tribe __ "...are a Native American/First Nations people and are one of the five founding nations of the Iroquois Confederacy in the area of upstate New York." An encyclopedic article along with links to additional resources. - illustrated - From wikipedia -



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