Stockbridge Munsee Band of the Mohicans
From the office of the President Robert Chicks:
On behalf of the Office of the President, the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribal Council, and the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican people I invite you to visit our community. We welcome you to vacation with us to learn more about our past, familiarize yourself with our rich culture, and experience firsthand how we live today. As you will see, we are vibrant Tribal Community with many diversified interests and you will feel at home here!
For golf enthusiasts, our Pine Hills Golf Course is a challenging course nestled in the north woods. Just 30 minutes northwest of Shawano, off Hwy. 47, Pine Hills Golf Course is carved out of the mystic beautiful north woods landscape. You will find splendor in our well-manicured golf course and can enjoy the pleasures of world-class dining. After a round of golf, dine in the charm of Pine Hills Supper Club, warmly decorated with a view opening onto the golf course. It's a fine dining experience worth a return visit.
Come to where golf isn't just a game - it's an experience!
We also offer the North Star Casino Resort with over 1,200 gaming machines, poker and table games such as black jack or craps, to name a few. Feel free to stay at the hotel which has 97 striking rooms, a spa, a coffee house, deli, and the Long House for fine dining.
We also invite you to visit the Arvid E. Miller Museum. This historical library/museum is the official depository for the public records of the Mohican Nation, Stockbridge-Munsee Band. Our primary goal is to preserve our history and culture so that it can be shared. The museum holds a collection of cultural and historical artifacts from pre-contact to the mission school era.
There is also a research library consisting of books, manuscripts, correspondence, handwritten letters, notes, maps, microfilm, microfiche, scrapbooks, photographs, video tapes, language tapes, and much more! While you are at the museum take time to visit the gift shop where you can purchase authentic American Indian crafts. All proceeds go back into historical material and research.
You can also further experience our rich culture by attending our Annual Pow Wow in August. Here you can enjoy our food, dance with us or visit with Tribal members to learn more about the Stockbridge Munsee Band of Mohican People.
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