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Oneida Faithkeeper Diane Shenandoah, her son Seth Shenandoah and author Sally Roesch Wagner discuss culture of the Native American tribes who first lived in this area to students at Richfield Springs Central School Friday. The Shenandoahs, who are part of the Oneida tribe, played music, talked about the tradition of lacrosse and explained parts of their native dress. Later in the evening the three spoke at a community forum.


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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