About Cultural Heritage
A variety of Cultural Heritage departments are responsible to maintain and interpret Oneida traditional teachings, customs and history. These departments preserve and protect the artifacts, collections, documents, audio and visual recordings for reference and research including Oneida language material. Oneida language is a vital part of our existence and is taught using different teaching methods to meet different learning styles.
Oneida Cultural Advising, Culture/Language Archivist/Educator, Cultural Wellness, History, Library, Museum and Tribal Historic Preservation are the major components of Cultural Heritage.