This paper examined the relationship between Oneida land sovereignty and their self-determination in establishing the Turning Stone Casino. The paper reviewed general trends in Oneida history with the state of New York, focusing on federal policies aimed at American Indian communities, and the legal cases that the Oneida have brought against New York and the federal government. The study extrapolated that historic cases involving political, legal, and land sovereignty issues prepared them for the fight over their casino’s admittance on Oneida land. The paper then addressed the reoccurring battles with the state of New York over the legality and jurisdiction of gaming procedures and financial oversight.
Land Sovereignty; Oneida Gaming; Oneida Sovereignty; Oneida Land History.
Legal | Other History | Political History | United States History
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Hanover, L. M.
New York Oneida: Land Claims, Federal Policies, State Intervention, and Casino Development.
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