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Lacrosse begins at a young age in the Onondaga Nation, where LeeAnne Cornfield and John Parsons interact with their 14-month-old son, Tolli. The sport is a cousin to the medicine games once used to fight off diseases of the white invaders. (Associated Press)

Lacrosse begins at a young age in the Onondaga Nation, where LeeAnne Cornfield and John Parsons interact with their 14-month-old son, Tolli. The sport is a cousin to the medicine games once used to fight off diseases of the white invaders. (Associated Press)

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