Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
June 17, 2000 - Issue 12

Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources

Protect your downloads and other files from accidental damage by young computer users. Children can launch downloads and other teacher- or parent-approved programs from their own personalized desktops. This is a free download
Kid Desk Lite


Welcome to
. . . a comprehensive portal site
for Native American resources
on the Internet.
Native Culture


For over thirty years, Edmark has been a pioneer in developing innovative and effective educational materials for children. Recognizing the possibilities of the computer as a learning tool, Edmark has combined new multimedia technologies with proven educational strategies to create a family of award-winning educational software products ( free downloads at this site )


This site is dedicated to ALL of "The People" of Turtle Island. ALL of the original first Nations, Tribes, Bands & Clans of the central hemisphere. The Aliuts, Upiks, Inupiaqs....of the northern hemisphere. The Aztec, Zapotec, Mayan....of the southern hemisphere.
American Indian Information and Resources

GusTown is the number one rated childrens web site by Family PC Magazine. Click on any building for fun, games, and surprises just for kids!
Welcome to Gus Town


From here you can access information on a variety of cool subjects. It's a great homework helper!
Let's Find Out


We welcome also the people wishing to help and assist the Native Americans who have for so long been struggling to keep their cultural identity, tribal language, religion, and land. Ouachitalk is seeking to help Native Americans to achieve recognition, restore Indian pride and to aid those who are in need of help.


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