Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
April 22, 2000 - Issue 08

Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources

General Information
Searching for Financial Aid on the Internet
Scholarship and Grant Page for Native American Students


This site is a good stop for kids looking for homework help. Four sections-ancient, medieval, modern and U.S.History-contain good lists of links with helpful descriptions.
History's Happening!


The National American Indian Prevention Coalition is an inter-tribal, non-profit organization. The coalition promotes safe, healthy and drug-free Indian communities, families and individuals on and off the reservation. Membership is open to all Indian people interested in joining this initiative and speaking with one voice on behalf of prevention and wellbriety.


A starting point for information on First Nations Peoples, native art, native life and culture. The Village is a First Nations Directory, Art Gallery, Virtual Store, Discussion Forum and Information Centre developed by First Northern Arts Interactive-FNAI.
The Village of First Nations

If you have never been here before, thank you for visiting. You will find this site very useful for logging all your distance activities: running, walking, biking, swimming, hiking, etc. Whatever it is you can log it here and keep track of your progress as well as compare yourself to other people with similar characteristics. Also available are links to other running sites that can help you in other ways.
Runners Log


Jim Stoltz, known far and wide as Walkin' Jim, sings his songs with a definite sense of having been there. Indeed, he has. It all began innocently enough, walking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. That was in 1974. After a year and a half spent walking from the Atlantic to the Pacific, folks just naturally started referring to him as "Walkin' Jim."
Walkin' Jim Stoltz


The Why Files offer in-depth science-behind-the-news explanations on such topics as cloning people, forensic science, dinosaurs, oddball science, global warming, hurricanes, endangered species, Tsunamis, volcanoes, comets, radio telescopes, planets, atomic clocks, scientific hoaxes, sports brainteasers, chess, computer animation, robots, and much, much more.


NOFAS is committed to raising public awareness of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (The leading known cause of mental retardation), and to developing and implementing innovative ideas in prevention, education, intervention, and advocacy in communities throughout the nation.


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