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GLRPPR Contacts: Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin--Environmental Health and Safety Area

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Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin--Environmental Health and Safety Area
P.O. Box 365
Oneida, Wisconsin 54155
Telephone: 920-497-5812
www.oneidanation.org/

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  • The On yote a ka (Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin) is a member of the Iroquois Confederacy, indigenous to central New York state. The Oneida Tribe is a federally recognized Indian Nation of 14,533 members, one-third of whom live on or near the 65,000 acre semi-rural reservation. The Oneida Indian Reservation was established by the Oneida Treaty of 1838 (7 Stat. 566, Feb. 3, 1838). There are five departments within the Environmental, Health & Safety Area: Environmental Quality, Conservation, Environmental Planning, Environmental & Industrial Health, and Occupational Safety.

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