The entirety of the Onondaga Nation’s 2006 response to New York State’s motion to dismiss can be now viewed online. Included in its 1000 pages are Affidavits from historians Robert E. Bieder, J. David Lehman, Lindsay G. Robertson, and Anthony F.C. Wallace and hundreds of pages of primary historic documents.
Volume 1: The filing, plus affidavits and historical documents from Tadodaho Sidney Hill, Robert T. Coulter, Esq., and Joseph Heath, Esq.
Volume 2: Affidavits and historical documents from historians Lindsay G. Robertson and J. David Lehman
Volume 3: Affidavits and historical documents from historians Anthony F. C. Wallace and Robert E. Bieder
Examples of documents included are: Papers from the Ely S. Parker collection of the American Philosophical Society; the 1922 Everett Report; Hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs; a statement from Handsome Lake to the President of the United States and the response; excerpts from Proceedings of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs in NY; transcripts from the 1789 negotiations at Buffalo Creek; etc.