University returning 1,500 artifacts to Oneida Indian Nation


              A 17th century Oneida Indian Nation ceramic pot sits on display for photographs, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022 in Hamilton, N.Y. Colgate University is returning to the Oneida Indian Nation more than 1,500 items once buried with ancestral remains — a collection of culturally significant items that includes pendants, pots, bells and turtle shell rattles, some dating back 400 years. (Courtesy of the Oneida Indian Nation via AP)
            
              A 17th century Oneida Indian Nation ceramic pot sits on display for photographs, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022 in Hamilton, N.Y. Colgate University is returning to the Oneida Indian Nation more than 1,500 items once buried with ancestral remains — a collection of culturally significant items that includes pendants, pots, bells and turtle shell rattles, some dating back 400 years. (Courtesy of the Oneida Indian Nation via AP)
            
              A 17th century Oneida Indian Nation stone pipe sits on display for photographs, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022 in Hamilton, N.Y. Colgate University is returning to the Oneida Indian Nation more than 1,500 items once buried with ancestral remains — a collection of culturally significant items that includes pendants, pots, bells and turtle shell rattles, some dating back 400 years. (Courtesy of the Oneida Indian Nation via AP)
            
              A 17th century Oneida Indian Nation ceramic pot sits on display for photographs, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022 in Hamilton, N.Y. Colgate University is returning to the Oneida Indian Nation more than 1,500 items once buried with ancestral remains — a collection of culturally significant items that includes pendants, pots, bells and turtle shell rattles, some dating back 400 years. (Courtesy of the Oneida Indian Nation via AP)