Tag Archive for: Oneida County Writing Series

Mohawk Valley history: January 25, 1890, Utica, NY

This day in Mohawk Valley history from The Utica Observer, January 25, 1890, Utica, Oneida County, New York.

Utica Daily Observer, Jan 16, 1874

This day in Mohawk Valley history: January 16

Home Matters column from the Utica Daily Observer edition issued on January 16, 1874, Utica, Oneida County, New York.

This day in history: December 16 in Utica, NY

On December 16, 1886, the Utica Daily Observer reported on a rail Belt opening as well as a rail road Holiday Excursion to New York City.

Colgate University Repatriates More than 1,500 Funerary Objects to the Oneida Indian Nation

On Wednesday, November 9, the Oneida Indian Nation and Colgate University held a repatriation ceremony during which more than 1,500 funerary objects and cultural artifacts were transferred to the Nation from the collections of the university’s Longyear Museum of Cultural Anthropology.

400 Local Veterans Honored at Oneida Indian Nation

On November 1, more than 400 Local Veterans Honored at Oneida Indian Nation’s Annual Veterans Recognition Event at Turning Stone Resort Casino

The 40-mile connection between Herkimer and Oriskany by Jim Rogers

Living in the Mohawk Valley we are surrounded by historic locations that have both local and national significance.