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Earliest New Yorkers - Successive cultures have lived and left theirmark on Western New York. The first to have inhabited the region after the glacial retreat, was believed to be the Clovis people (10,000 B.C.) followed by the Lamokas (3500-2500 B.C.), who hunted and foraged through the countryside. The Lamokas were succeeded by the Hopewell Indians, mound builders who flourished in the region around 300 AD.
Mohawk Nation of Akwesasne - Web Site for the Tribe, including history, tradition and culture, modern Akwesasne, arts and crafts, visitors guide and an on-line shop.
Oneida Indian Nation - "Members of the Oneida Indian Nation have inhabited the lands comprising Oneida County and beyond for millennia. The Nation's ancestral land in New York State reached from the St. Lawrence River in the north to what is now the Pennsylvania border to the south. Together with the Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Seneca and Tuscarora, the Oneida Nation was a part of the Iroquois Confederacy -- or more properly in the Oneida language, the Haudenosaunée (Iroquois is of French derivation and has a negative connotation to many Haudenosaunée people.)" - quote from the web site.
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