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Tribe could have homeland
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MAY 4, 2001

Although an official offer hasn't been made, the Cayuga Nation of New York may soon have its own land once again with the gift of a local group.

The 70-acre farm was purchased with the intention of having the tribe use it. If the land is offiically deeded, a Bureau of Indian Affairs official said it could be just six months before it is taken into trust for the tribe.

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