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a member of an Iroquoian people formerly living around Cayuga Lake in New York State

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the Iroquoian language spoken by the Cayuga

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Arcara issued a temporary restraining order in a lawsuit brought by the Seneca Nation, and joined by the Cayuga Nation.
Empire has advanced funds to the Cayuga Nation from time-to-time to help the Cayugas fund governmental activities not covered by other resources.
A voice for all Cayugas - and stringent accountability.
The Tribe still maintains the position that because they are joint plaintiffs with the New York Cayugas, the land claim case cannot be settled without the consent of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe.
NEW YORK, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- In 2001, the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe and the Cayuga Indian Nation, as co-plaintiffs, were awarded $247.
A voice for all Cayugas and accountability, that's our pledge to Nation members," Gary Wheeler stated.
The decision denied the Oneidas, and other nations like the Cayugas, the ability to buy land and convert it to sovereign territory.
We continue to be confident that the State of New York will find a way to achieve the right result for the Cayuga Nation and other Native American governments and that this project can be fully approved and satisfy all the legal requirements.
This clear judgment from the 2nd Circuit will allow both parties to now focus on the issue at hand - revenue and economic growth for the taxpayers of the State of New York and the people of the Cayuga Nation.
With the support of corporate sponsors and local community, Cayuga International Speedway Park President Jerry Santucci is proud of the growing momentum that will see a new level of multi-complex entertainment and excitement in Ontario.