Nipmuc History & Culture

Nipmuc History & Culture


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Resources

Resources

Nipmuc Language Resources    Project Mishoon Nipmuc Indian Development Corporation  Nipmuc Nation Nipmuck Council of Chaubunagungamaug    

Museum Restoration

Museum Restoration

An Older post– By – D. Rae Gould, Ph.D, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Nipmuc Nation This fall the restoration of the Cisco Homestead on the Hassanamisco Reservation in Grafton began. This work has been made possible through a generous Community Preservation grant through the Town […]

Gatherings

Gatherings

Strawberry Moon Ceremony and Social – Saturday, June 17, 2017 94th Annual Hassanamesit Nipmuc Powwow – Sunday, July 30, 2017

Local Nipmuc History

Local Nipmuc History

Nipmuc history in what is now Worcester County predates any written records. During the 1600’s, the original inhabitants of Worcester dwelled principally in three locations, Pakachoag, Tataesset (Tatnuck), and Wigwam Hill (N. Lake Ave.). In 1667, four men, among them, Daniel Gookin, surveyed the land […]