Seneca Nation of Indians

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The Seneca Nation of Indians is mostly Seneca Indians, but also has a few Cayuga members.

Official Tribal Name: Seneca Nation of Indians

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Recognition Status: Federally Recognized

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Formerly known as the Seneca Nation of New York

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State(s) Today: New York

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Confederacy: Iroquois

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Reservations: Allegany Reservation, Cattaraugus Reservation, Oil Springs Reservation

 
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Marie Watt’s art to be exhibited in US Embassies
 

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