New York Indian
Tribes: Onondaga, Seneca
Established by: Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797 (VII, 601), and May 20, 1842
Tribes: Cayuga, Onondaga, Seneca
Established by: Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797 (VII, 601), June 30, 1802 (VII,
70), and May 20, 1842, (VII. 587).
Reservation: Oil Springs
Established by: By arrangement with the State of New York (see Ind. Aff.
Rep. for 1877, 166). Seneca agreement of Jan. 3, 1893, ratified
by act of Feb. 20, 1893 (XXVII, 470); act of June 7, 1897 (XXX,
Established by: Treaty of Nov. 11, 1794 (VII, 44); arrangement with the
State of New York. (See Ind. Aff. Rep. for 1877. 168.)
Tribes: Oneida, Onondaga, St. Regis
Established by: Treaty and arrangement with the State of New York.
Reservation: St. Regis
Tribes: St. Regis
Established by: Treaty of May 13, 1896 (VII,55), They hold about 24,250
acres in Canada.
Tribes: Cayuga and Tonawanda bands of Seneca
Established by: Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797 (VII, 601), and Nov. 5, 1857
(XII, 991); purchased by the Indians and held in trust by the
comptroller of New York; deed dated Feb. 14, 1862.
Tribes: Onondaga and Tuscarora
Established by: Treaty of Jan. 15, 1838 (VII, 551); arrangement (grant and
purchase) between the Indians and the Holland Land Co.
Notes About the Book:
Source: The Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico,
Frederick Webb Hodge. 1906, Bureau of American Ethnology, Government Printing
Online Publication: The manuscript was scanned and
then ocr'd. Minimal editing has been done, and readers can and should expect
some errors in the textual output.
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