Instruction of our original language has been ongoing since 1982 when classes began at the Algonquin Indian School in Rhode Island. Since the covid pandemic, classes are completely online via Zoom and Google Classroom. Nipmuc has a dedicated team of instructors led by Tashanna Carter. Contact our team here.
Hassanamisco Indian Museum
As the principal repository of Nipmuc history and culture, the Museum represents a rare and valuable cultural resource. It’s artifacts, documents, and research library communicates the culture of the Eastern Woodland Indian and the interactions between Nipmucs and the dominant culture of Central Massachusetts.
Nipmuc Tribal Archive
The archive’s mission is to collect, describe, preserve, make accessible to tribal members and the public, historical records created or received in connection with the history and culture of the Nipmuc people. The archive will be available in December 2023.