Cayuga Nation buys another gas station
Monday, October 6, 2003

The Cayuga Nation of New York purchased a second gas station on ancestral territory.

The formerly landless tribe now owns two properties, including another gas/convenience station. The tribe says the land is considered Indian Country because it is former reservation recognized by a 1794 treaty.

The tribe has won a $248 million damages award for 64,000 acres of stolen land The case, and the amount, are on appeal.

Get the Story:
Cayuga Nation buys gas station in Seneca Falls (The Finger Lake Times 10/5)

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