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The case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York

The case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York

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Published by Merrihew and Thompson in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seneca Indians.

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    Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, inc., 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 15725)

    StatementIllustrated by facts ; printed for the information of the Society of Friends, by direction of the joint committees on Indian affairs, of the four Yearly meetings of Friends of Genesee, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 15725.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination256 p.
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17147283M

    The St. Regis Indians are the successors of the ancient Mohawks, and reside on their reservation in Franklin and St. Lawrence counties, New York, which is miles long o upon the south line and about 3 miles wide, except where purchases made by the state of New York in and, as indicated on the map, modify the shape. That Portion of the Cayuga Indians Residing in Canada v. State, 1 N.E. (N.Y. ), was an early litigation of aboriginal title in New York, with the Canadian Cayugas seeking to recovery compensation from a prior land : New York Court of Appeals.

      A federal court order levied Friday may put a halt on some of the years-long bickering between the Seneca Nation of Indians and New York state.. A decision and order was issued in . This book, "A further illustration of the case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York," by Nathaniel T. Strong, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as : Nathaniel T Strong.

    The Seneca Nation of Indians is a federally recognized Seneca tribe based in western New York. They are one of three federally recognized Seneca entities in the United States, the others being the Tonawanda Band of Seneca (also in western New York) and the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma. Some Seneca also live with other Iroquois peoples on the Six Nations of the Grand River in l: Irving, New York, Jimerson Town, New York, .   Nation-state gaming compact between the Seneca Nation of Indians and the state of New York Berman KFNA4 (2 vols.) Decision and order: the Seneca Nation of Indians, plaintiff, the Tonawanda Band of Seneca Indians, plaintiff-intervenor, United States of America, plaintiff-intervenor v. the State of New York, George E. Pataki, governor.


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Seneca Nation of Indians v. State of New York (“With respect to a case arising in the federal system it seems to be accepted that a party taking an appeal from the District Court is entitled.

Case Digest Summary. An arbitral panel's final award found the Seneca Nation of Indians owed New York over $ million under their gaming compact, having a year initial term and. The case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York: illustrated by facts [Joint Committee on Indian Affairs of the] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Get this from a library. The case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York: printed for the information of the Society of Friends (Hicksite), ; also including, A further illustration of the case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York,and A brief statement of the rights of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York to their lands in that State, The case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York: illustrated by facts Statement of Responsibility: printed by direction of the joint committees on Indian affairs, of the four yearly meetings of Friends of Genesee, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

Full text of "The Case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York: Illustrated by Facts" See other formats. decision and order cvs state of new york, respondent. On November 8,this Court confirmed an arbitration panel’s award that requires the Seneca Nation of Indians to make revenue-sharing payments (“the State Contribution”) in the hundreds of millions of dollars to the State of New York under the terms of the parties’ - Explore kakakakati's board "Seneca indians" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Seneca indians, Native american indians, American indians pins. The Case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York: Illustrated by Facts: Author: Joint Committee on Indian Affairs of the Four Yearly Meetings of Baltimore, Genesee, New York, and Philadelphia (Society of Friends: Hicksite) Contributor: Society of Friends.

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Seneca Nation of Indians v State of New York Annotate this Case [*1] Seneca Nation of Indians v State of New York NY Slip Op (U) Decided on June 8, Supreme Court, Erie County Siwek, J.

Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § Seneca, self-name Onödowa’ga:’ (“People of the Great Hill”), North American Indians of the Iroquoian linguistic group who lived in what is now western New York state and eastern were the largest of the original five nations of the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) Confederacy, in which they were represented by eight the autumn small parties of Seneca men left the villages.

In the 21st century, more t Seneca live in the United States, which has three federally recognized Seneca tribes. Two are in New York: the Seneca Nation of New York, with two reservations in western New York near Buffalo; and the Tonawanda Band of Seneca Native Seneca-Cayuga Nation is located in Oklahoma, where their ancestors were relocated from Ohio during Indian Allegany Reservation: 1,   A further illustration of the case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York, in a review of a pamphlet entitled "An appeal to the Christian community, &c., by Nathaniel T.

Strong " by Society of Friends (Hicksite). Joint Committee on Indian Affairs.,Merrihew and Thompson edition. Laurence M. Hauptman’s new book Coming Full Circle: The Seneca Nation of Indians(University of Oklahoma Press, ) traces Seneca history through the New Deal, beginning with events leading to the Seneca Revolution in Based on the author’s nearly fifty years of archival research, interviews, and applied work, Coming Full Circle shows that Seneca leaders in these years.

The diminished status of local and state history in New York extends to the first human settlers here as well. First contact between the European colonists and the Indian Nation inhabitants famously begins with Henry Hudson sailing the river the river that flows both ways that now bears his name. Over the course of the [ ].

Internet Archive BookReader The case of the Seneca Indians in the state of New York: illustrated by facts. seneca nation of indians and tonawanda band of seneca indians, petitioners. state of new york, et al., on petition for a writ of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the second circuit.

brief for the united states in opposition. opinions below. the opinion of the court of appeals (pet. app. 1. state of new york, et al., petitioners v. seneca nation of indians, et al. on petition for a writ of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the second circuit brief for the united states in opposition opinions below the opinion of the court of appeals (pet.

app. 1a-5a) is reported at f.3d Seneca Nation of Indians v. Christy, U.S. (), was the first litigation of aboriginal title in the United States by a tribal plaintiff in the Supreme Court of the United States since Cherokee Nation v.

Georgia (). It was the first such litigation by an indigenous plaintiff since Fellows mith () and its companion case of New York ex rel. Cutler ons: U.S. (more)16 S. Ct. ; 40 L. Ed. DECISION AND ORDER. WILLIAM M. SKRETNY, District Judge. On November 8,this Court confirmed an arbitration panel's award that requires the Seneca Nation of Indians to make revenue-sharing payments ("the State Contribution") in the hundreds of millions of dollars to the State of New York under the terms of the parties' gaming compact.