The Seneca Nation has a long and proud past, present, and future in Western New York, our ancestral homelands. With our work yesterday and today in building the region’s economic vitality through our Gaming enterprises, our commitment to the communities we operate in is as strong as ever. #StandWithSeneca is proud to celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
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Dr. Lori Quigley Elected as the Ombudsperson for the NIEA Board of Directors
(National Indian Education Association) Will Continue Work to Advance Comprehensive, Culture-Based Opportunities for Native American Students November 3, 2022 | medaille.edu Medaille University Interim President Lori V. Quigley, Ph.D., has been elected as the ombudsperson for the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Board of Directors. In that role, she will continue her work to advance […]
Canandaigua Treaty of 1794
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News From The Four Corners United Methodist Church
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