Equinunk Historical Society & Museum
The Equinunk Historical Society was established in 1981.The Equinunk Historical Society maintains the Joel Hill Water-Powered Sawmill and the Calder House Museum. The Calder House Museum is open year-round by appointment for genealogical and historical research. Resources include property records, census records for Wayne and Pike Counties, and early local newspapers. The museum features permanent exhibits of textiles, farm and household tools and Native Americans. Educational programs with special displays are presented in the summer months. The Joel Hill Sawmill is a working, 1850s water-powered sawmill with scheduled demonstrations throughout the year. Recently opened is the Thomas Cleveland Machinery Museum, located at the site of the mill.