Oneida Community Quality Silverware:Showing the Newest Design in Triple-Plus Plated Ware, The Avalon And a Few Pieces of the Plainer Styles (Classic Reprint) Oneida Community
The Trapper´s Guide:A manual of instructions for capturing all kinds of fur-bearing animals, and curing their skins - with observations on the fur-trade, hints on life in the woods and narratives of trapping and hunting excursions. Third Edition Sewell Newhouse, Community Oneida
The Newhouse Trapper´s Guide (Classic Reprint): Oneida Community Ltd
Oneida (Community) Limited:A Goodly Heritage Gone Wrong J. P. L. Hatcher
The Days of My Youth is a memoir of childhood in the utopian Oneida Community that limns the past with loving acuity. In successfully conveying what it felt like being a young girl there, it is an important source of information about one of the longest lasting and most successful ventures in utopian living in American history. This is an engaging account of childhood years lived in the famous religious and socialist commune in upstate New York (1848-1880) dedicated to sharing property, work, and love. It is full of sketches of many community members and of their employees. It conveys the look and feel of the communal home, the Mansion House, and the surrounding world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pauline Caputi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/042134/bk_acx0_042134_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Oneida Utopia:A Community Searching for Human Happiness and Prosperity Anthony Wonderley
Oneida Utopia:A Community Searching for Human Happiness and Prosperity Cornell University Press Anthony Wonderley
Before Indian casinos sprouted up around the country, a few enterprising tribes got their start in gambling by opening bingo parlors. A group of women on the Oneida Indian Reservation just outside Green Bay, Wisconsin, introduced bingo in 1976 simply to pay a few bills. Bingo not only paid the light bill at the struggling civic center but was soon financing vital health and housing services for tribal elderly and poor. While militant Indian activists often dominated national headlines in the 1970s, these church-going Oneida women were the unsung catalysts behind bingo´s rising prominence as a sovereignty issue in the Oneida Nation. The bingo moms were just trying to take care of the kids in the community. The Bingo Queens of Oneida: How Two Moms Started Tribal Gaming tells the story through the eyes of Sandra Ninham and Alma Webster, the Oneida women who had the idea for a bingo operation run by the tribe to benefit the entire tribe. Bingo became the tribe´s first moneymaker on a reservation where about half the population was living in poverty. Author Mike Hoeft traces the historical struggles of the Oneida - one of six nations of the Iroquois, or Haudenosaunee, confederacy - from their alliance with America during the Revolutionary War to their journey to Wisconsin. He also details the lives of inspirational tribal members who worked alongside Ninham and Webster, and also those who were positively affected by their efforts. The women-run bingo hall helped revitalize an indigenous culture on the brink of being lost. The Bingo Queens of Oneida is the story of not only how one game helped revive the Oneida economy but also how one game strengthened the Oneida community. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Brenna Hobbs. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/086811/bk_acx0_086811_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.