One Heritage, Two Worlds

Number 21336
Subject Native Americans
Source
State NY
Year 2004
Publication Date May 16-20
Summary This five part series about the Seneca Nation of Indians explores the economic disparity which exists among the tribe. After a year of invesigation, three reporters from the Buffalo News uncovered that, though the Seneca Nation receives millions of dollars from tax-free cigarettes and gasoline, 47 percent live in poverty while the other half live in luxury.
Category General
Pages 55
Keywords sovereignty;Seneca Nation
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