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Oneida County New York

Oneida County was founded in 1798 by splitting off from part of Herkimer County. It was named after the Oneida, who were part of the Iroquois tribe of American Indians. In 1848, John Humphrey Noyes founded the very controversial Oneida Community, based on a Utopian religion. This community lasted until 1881 but did give birth to the Oneida Silver Company which designed and manufactured high-end silver sterling silver and stainless steel flatware until they closed their manufacturing facilities in 2005. The largest non-governmental employer in Oneida County is now currently the Turning Stone Casino Resort which is operated by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York.

The population during the 2000 census was 235,469 people with over 90% of that being White. Over a third of the available acreage is designated for farmland and the output of field crops, vegetable and milk and dairy products is constantly growing.

Cities in Oneida County include Rome, Utica, and Sherrill and the county map is dotted with a wealth of smaller villages and towns. Currently Oneida County is also home to the Steuben Memorial State Historic Site, the Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site, and Fort Stanwix.

The official site of Oneida County New York can be found here for more facts and information:

Minimum New York Insurance Coverage

New York Department of Motor Vehicles (NYDMV) requires motor vehicle coverage if you plan on driving on a public road. The insurance coverage must be from a company within New York, licensed by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). Here is the minimum for New York car insurance: $25,000 for bodily injury or death for one person $50,000 for bodily injury or death for several people $10,000 for property damage or destruction New York uninsured motorists rank 49th worst in the nation.

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