Oneida

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Colonel Louis - Later Life
... the war, and became an influential advisor to the Oneida tribe because he could speak both French and English ... Cook convinced the Oneida to lease their lands, using the example of the Mohawk tribe at Kahnawake ... The Oneida leased nearly 5 million acres (20,000 km2) to Colonel John Livingston for 999 years ...
Lillie Rosa Minoka Hill
... In 1947, Minoka-Hill was adopted by the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin, the only person to have received this honor they named her Yo-da-gent, meaning “she who saves” or “she who carries help.” She married ... For years she had a "kitchen clinic," providing care for Oneida on the reservation ...
James Anderson Burns
... James Anderson Burns (1865–1945), founder of the Oneida Baptist Institute, grew up as the youngest son of a Primitive Baptist preacher in the hills of West Virginia, where he hunted and sold ginseng ... They selected a site in Oneida on a small hill where three small streams converge to form the South Fork of the Kentucky River ... The 10-acre (40,000 m2) site in Oneida was donated by Martha "Granny" Hogg, and the Oneida Baptist Institute opened on January 1, 1900 ...
Oneida, Kentucky
... Oneida is an unincorporated community in Clay County, Kentucky, United States ... It is the home of Oneida Baptist Institute ...
Oskanondonha
... Oskanondonha (1710-1816) was an Oneida "pine tree chief" ... an Iroquoian-speaking Susquehannock (also called Conestoga) but was adopted into the Oneida people ... the American Revolutionary War, he supported the colonials and led a force of 250 Oneida and Tuscarora warriors in western New York in their support ...