The Oneida Native American Tribe

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The Oneida are a Native American tribe and First Nations band. They are one of the five founding nations.
Living along the foothills of Allegany Pennsylvania, the Seneca were known as the People of the Hill, or Onondowahgah in their language. They are an important part of the Haudenosaunee.
The Mohawk people, are traditionally called Kanien’ kehake meaning People of the Flint. They were given the name Mohawk by the English derived from the Algonquian word Mohowauuck which translated means man-eater.
Known as the People of the Hills or sometimes as being on top of, the hill or mountain', the Onöñda'gega' or Onondaga as they are commonly known, were the last to join the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. During confederation.
The Cayuga nation are known

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