This is a collection of papers and newspaper clippings regarding the residents of the Tuscarora Reservation from 1816-1937.
This collection includes an excerpt from a letter from a clergyman in Ontario, New York, written August 1, 1816 and an article
sent from Sophia R. J. Cain to her sister Ann E. Jackson Lloyd regarding the New Years festivities occuring at the Tuscarora
Reservation in 1937.
The Tuscarora Reservation is an Indian reservation in Niagara County, New York. The Tuscarora are a federally recognized tribe
and the Sixth Nation of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy active before the American Revolutionary War. In 1803, the
US government granted the Tuscarora a reservation in Niagara County.
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