Stockbridge-Munsee Band of the Mohicans

The tribe has adopted the Many Trails symbol as reorientation of STRENGTH, HOPE, ENDURANCE and the MANY MOVES they endured since leaving the state of New York in the 1700’s.

“People of the waters that are never still”

Things To Do

The Stockbridge-Munsee have surely traveled “many trails” and yet survive as a nation of Mohican people.

ARVID E. MILLER MEMORIAL LIBRARY MUSEUM

(See page 33)

• Cultural and Historical Artifacts                                    • Gift Shop
• View the Tribes’ Bible                                                    • Purchase Indian Crafts

All proceeds go back into historical material and research.
WAETUK VILLAGE
See native life as it was in the homeland.
POWWOWS
Mohican Nation Powwow in August.
GAMING
(See page 34)

History

The Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians were pushed from the Eastern seaboard across half a continent, forced to uproot and move many times to our present Land in Wisconsin. They have adopted the Many Trails symbol as reorientation of strength, hope, endurance and the many moves they endured since leaving the State of New York in the 1700’s. Their first move was from the Mohican homelands called Muh-he-kun-ne-ok, meaning “people of the waters that are never still,” which were located along the banks of what is now called the Hudson River.