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Cayuga land claim appealed
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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2002

The state of New York on Monday filed a notice of appeal for the Cayuga Nation's land claim.

The move was expected, as the state obtained a halt to a $247.9 million payment awarded by a federal judge. The notice, however, doesn't state on what grounds the appeal is being pursued.

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State files Cayuga case appeal (The Syracuse Newspapers 5/2)

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