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Land of the Oneidas
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction

1. Origins, The Ice Age to 1635

2. The Age of the French, 1635–1763

3. Rebellion, 1763–1784

4. Removal, 1784–1835

5. Reckoning, 1835–1865

6. Consummation, 1865–1917

7. Boom and Rust, 1917–2000

Epilogue: 2000–2023
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index

About the Author

Daniel Koch is Headmaster of Loughborough Grammar School in England. He is the author of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Europe: Class, Race, and Revolution in the Making of an American Thinker.

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"I have never encountered an author who has so masterfully painted a canvas with the grand panorama of the history of this region . . . Land of the Oneidas will have a wide audience, especially among those interested in the history of New York State, regional and local history, and Native American history." — Milton C. Sernett, Professor Emeritus, African-American Studies and History, Syracuse University

"This book provides an up-to-date, comprehensive overview of this part of central New York, which has not been written so far. The land of the Oneidas contained the very strategic 'Gateway to the West' and therefore its history paved the way to America’s creation." — Harry Schüler, Museum of Natural History and Ethnology, Freiburg, Germany

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