Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
August 12, 2000 - Issue 16

Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources

KOLA is a grassroots human rights organization which was founded in September 1987 near Red Scaffold, on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, South Dakota. In 1990, we opened the international campaign office in Brussels, Belgium.


Find out all you wanted to know about space and more at this cool site
Space Kids is Canada's online source for science, nature, technology and adventure
Discovery Channel-Canada


We are members of the ancient line of Blackfoot people going back before time. We are the traditional believers in our ancient ways that were given to us by iits-tsi-pah-ta-pii-op - the Source of Life. We are not members of any other organization or political party. We do not espouse any ism and have pledged our lives to live by our old ways and beliefs. We are, however, alive in the modern age and we use the technology of the present era to educate relatives, our friends and ourselves worldwide. Welcome to our web site. We invite you to come back often. We have many interesting educational, and, spiritual gifts to offer you and your family. Please explore our web site.
Blackfoot Nation

We have a series of Cherokee language lessons available for review and direct email.
Museum of the Cherokee


Personal Educational Press is a free utility for generating work sheets,
word lists, game boards, quizzes, and flashcards.
Personal Educational Press


MathNerds was created by the Center for Advancement of Teaching, Xavier
University, as a service for providing help in solving mathematical problems.


The Alaska Native Knowledge Network is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing.
Alaska Native Knowledge Network

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