Click Here to visit the Oneida Indian Nation Website. Here you can learn about their history, culture, language and more.
Oneida comes from the word Onyota'aka, which means "People of the Standing Stone". The Oneida people are originally from New York State. Between 1820 and 1835 many Oneida Tribe members moved to Green Bay, Wisconsin and Ontario, Canada. The Oneida Tribe was one of the original members of the Iriquois Confederacy.
Storytelling is very important to the Oneida Nation culture. Click here to read a story about how the chipmunk got his stripes.
Click on some of the links to find out more!
Oneida Tribe Profile (Learn about tribe members, government, economics and more-This link will only open in Safari)
Click on some of the links below to read short articles about the Oneida!
Click here to view a chapter from the book, "Northeast Indians" about the Oneida. It describes the settlements, organization, houses, food, clothing, tools and religion of the Oneida Indians.
Oskanondonha-Cheif Warrior of Wolf Clan of Oneida Indians
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