Coitus reservatus was erected into a principle in the Oneida community.
That instead of running into the Oneida, the Oneida ran into him.
The Oneida returns the salutation graciously, and a conversation begins in two slightly different dialects.
It follows the watershed from the lake to Oneida, and clears the Mohawk Valley northward.
Distinguished guests from Oneida and Onondaga have placed themselves in separate groups, according to custom.
As for the old Oneida, she could not be kept within a long distance of her proper berth.
When the family left Oneida Community, Charles, then fifteen or sixteen years old, was left behind.
It is stated that the Oneida Indians have organized a cornet band.
I tell you to let the tempest pass and blame no one, neither Tuscarora, Onondaga, nor Oneida.
By this time the corvette Oneida had made out the state of the case.
Iroquois tribe of upper N.Y. state, who later moved in part to Wisconsin, 1666, named for its principal settlement, from Oneida onenyote', literally "erected stone," containing -neny- "stone" and -ot- "to stand."