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Re: Native Americans in the co. 1800s
Posted by: Sheila (Goodfellow) Vester Date: March 27, 2001 at 07:14:24
In Reply to: Re: Native Americans in the co. 1800s by Roy L. Clement Jr. of 1914

Hello..I am interested in learning about any tribe of Onondaga Indians living in the Fayetteville, NY area in the 1800's. It has been said that my great-great grandfather was one by the name of 'Tuscarora'. My great grandfather's name was 'Tallahassee' and his twin brother was named 'Tuscaloosa'. Both were born by the canal, I believe, on January 1, 1850. Any help, or guidance would be greatly appreciated. please email me at adksheila@yahoo.com

Thank you!


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