It’s an 18-acre parcel, cluttered with abandoned buildings and ringed by wooded lots and fields, and once used by the U. S. Air Force for testing radios and radar. But the fate of the small parcel in Oneida County looms large for New York’s Indian tribes looking to have thousands of acres of upstate land put into
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