The rest of the tribe lived around Oneida Lake, in the region southward to the Susquehanna.
Gray says it is found in Pennsylvania and at the head of Oneida Lake.
Cazenovia Lake, among these hills, sends its outlet northward over the plain to Oneida Lake.
On the shore of Oneida Lake is an Indian's grave, where a ball of light is wont to swing and dance.
The Oneida Lake stretches from east to west about thirty miles, and in calm weather is passed with great facility.
On a pond a few miles south of Oneida Lake lay the objective point of the expedition—a palisaded stronghold of the Onondagas.