Onondaga

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a member of the Iroquoian people formerly living between Lake Champlain and the Saint Lawrence River

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the Iroquoian language spoken by the Onondaga

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Onandaga Community College in New York opened accounts on Twitter and Facebook a couple of months ago, said Amy Kremenek, the college's chief public affairs officer.
Taylor also took a claustrophobic cruise aboard HMCS Onandaga, one of Canada's aging Oberon diesel submarines.
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Although the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) had recognised the Iroquois as allies of Britain, the Jesuits were able to gain influence over the Onandaga, Cayuga, and Oneydoe nations, and nurture them as French allies.
Renae Hill (Oneida of the Thames), Heather Garlow (Onandaga, Six Nations), Cindy Lapp, and Frances Cordero de Bolanos, provided information on government programs such as Aboriginal Business Canada and the Canadian Heritage Aboriginal Women's Program.
o but feast, turkey, corn, pumpkin, sweet confused happy hosty guests, Iriquois, Mohawk, Oneida, Onandaga, Thanks giving!" (Elegiac Feelings American 16).
EAST LIVERPOOL,OHIO Population: 13,654 Famous for: Bigfoot sightings 8 The area was a rich hunting ground for Onandaga,Oneida,Mohawk and Tuscaroras Native Americans.
(20) Conrad Weiser left out of his journal three Moravians with whom he had traveled from Lancaster to Onandaga in 1745 because Pennsylvania government officials read his journals and they did not want to hear that their representative arrived to treat with the Iroquois alongside Moravians.
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In a letter to the National Science Foundation, Tadodaho, chief Leon Shenandoah of the Council of Chiefs of the Onandaga Nation protested, "Your process is unethical, invasive and may even be criminal.