Cayuga Nation of New York
The people of the Cayuga Nation have called the land surrounding Cayuga Lake their homeland for hundreds of years. Cayuga land lays between that of the Seneca Nation to the west and the Onondaga Nation to the east. Archeologists have found evidence of Cayuga settlements in many areas surrounding the lake including the present day villages of Union Springs, Aurora, Cayuga, Seneca Falls, Ithaca and Canoga.
People of the Great Swamp
Nya:weh Ske:noh to the Cayuga Nation's official website. The Cayuga Nation is a member of the Haudenosaunee ("People of the Longhouse"). The Haudenosaunee is an alliance of Native Nations that reside in what is now called New York, the Senecas, the Cayugas, the Onondagas, the Oniedas, the Mohawks and the Tuscaroras.
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