Simon Pokagon Research Library
To log into the digital library, you will use your tribal ID number (Card Number) and your date of birth (Birthdate), with the letters “PB” before your tribal ID number. The login also requires at four (4) numbers, therefore those members with only two (2) or three (3) numbers in their enrollment number will need to include zeros after the letters PB to be granted access.
Card Number: PB0001
Birthdate (MMDDYY): 010101
The Pokagon Band Department of Education went to a digital library to give all citizens access to the library. This development is funded by a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, so citizens can expect to see more digital books and resources available in the future. The library is named for Simon Pokagon, one of our earliest patriarchs and authors. He wrote Queen of the Woods and spoke at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago, starting a rich tradition of learning and striking a good balance between culture and education. The library no longer carries physical books unless they are research volumes, which can only be used in the library.