You do not even live in New York State as evidenced by not even knowing what tribes we are dealing with. Yes, good synopsis of Treaties with the Seneca Tribe. However that excludes the State Treaties with the Cayuga and Oneida which were recognized as valid in the 1794 Treaty of Canandaigua, 1788 Treaty of Ft. Schuyler and 1789 Treaty of Albany. And don't exclude the 1927 International Tribunal (precursor to the UN) ruling on the State treaty with the Cayuga ordering Congress to pay them $100,000 as one of their six FINAL settlements. THERE's your UN ruling. Keep trying, this is getting humorous. You can't find everything on Google.
In regard to treaty law, when treaties appear to be in conflict with one another, Federal Treaties always supersede those of the State, rendering moot your silly suppositions of my place of residence and the imagined relevance of any superficial distinctions between Indians in terms of either state or regional municipality.
Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts.