Arvid E. Miller Library/Museum

The Arvid E. Miller Memorial Library-Museum is now on Facebook. On our page you will find notices of our new exhibits, new acquisitions, tribal historical facts and tidbits, and old photographs. We will also post photographs for help with identification. We welcome you to "follow" us Facebook!

The 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 for tribal members and the general public.  We have a research library consisting of written materials, such as books, manuscripts, correspondence, handwritten letters, notes, maps, microfilm, microfiche, scrapbooks, photographs, video tapes, language tapes, and much more!

The museum part has a collection of cultural and historical artifacts from pre-contact to the Mission school eras.  We also have the Tribes' Bible on display.

The Library and Museum have a gift shop located in the museum, where Indian crafts are sold.  All proceeds go back into historical material and research.

Our hours of operation are:  Monday through Friday, 8:00 to 4:30 year around.

Moving & Shelving

Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx (Youtube Stockbridge-Indian Massacre)

"Hear Our Stories" Elders Videos

Recommended Book Links

Gift Shop

Library/Museum News

Library/Museum Survey

A Bit of History

New Museum Building Fund

Library/Museum Photo Gallery

Do You Know These People?

Lenape Mohican Language