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Onondagas
Onondagas On`on*da"gas, n. pl.; sing. Onondaga. (Ethnol.) A tribe of Indians formerly inhabiting what is now a part of the State of New York. They were the central or head tribe of the Five Nations.
Onondaga
Onondagas On`on*da"gas, n. pl.; sing. Onondaga. (Ethnol.) A tribe of Indians formerly inhabiting what is now a part of the State of New York. They were the central or head tribe of the Five Nations.

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- efforts at Onondaga Lake and other EPA Superfund sites in the claimed area. The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit rejected the Onondagas' claim in...
- (S73), a submarine in the Royal Canadian Navy USS Onondaga, three ships of the US Navy The Onondagas, nickname of the 122nd New York Volunteer Infantry...
- Europeans began to learn about salt springs in the area in 1654, when the Onondagas revealed their presence to French explorers. Jesuit missionaries visiting...
- 1720, it was moved to Onondaga Cr****. After many Onondagas sided with the British in the American Revolutionary War, Onondaga was targeted by the Continental...
- Onondaga is an unincorporated community in Onondaga Township in the southwestern corner of Ingham County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is situated...
- the Onondagas also known as Big Island is an island on the Mohawk River south of Scotia in Schenectady County, New York. "Isle of the Onondagas". Geographic...
- Onondaga County (/ˌɒnənˈdɑːɡə/ ON-ən-DAH-gə) is a county in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, the po****tion was 467,026. The county seat...
- War, the Onondagas sided with the British, and Onondaga was attacked by the Continental Army on April 21, 1779. After the war, the Onondagas were forced...
- The Onondaga Limestone is a group of hard limestones and dolomites of Devonian age that form an important geographic feature in some areas in which it...
- Onondaga Park is an 82.6-acre (33.4 ha) park in the city of Syracuse, New York. Man-made Hiawatha Lake is located within the park, which is situated in...
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