Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
August 26, 2000 - Issue 17

Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources

Nikanitaiek - "People's Moving Forward"
On behalf of our Chiefs and our Mi'kmaq/Maliseet/Passamaquoddy people we welcome you to our web site. Development of our efforts into the computer age and the net clearly reflect our ability to meet the challenge of the world and the future, which awaits all people. Rebuilding our Nations one step at a time. A strategic voice, collective approach to develop our policies of self-government by self-determining peoples and First Nation Governments
The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat Inc


The Tarahumara Children's Hospital Fund was established in 1983 as an independent, non-profit, tax deductible organization. Our purpose is to raise money in the United States to support vital services provided to the Tarahumara Indians in Creel, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Click on the banner to donate your minute of free hospital care!
Taraumara Children's Hospital Fund


This is an interactive, entertaining, and educational destination from
Syvum Technologies that contains material to practice and build basic
skills in English and math.
Online Activities for Kids


This new Web-based educational game site, by Cognitive Concepts, offers
interactive games for practicing early language and literacy skills.
Game Goo

BookHive is a web site designed for children ages birth through twelve, their parents, teachers or anyone interested in reading about children's books. Providing reader's advisory service, this site contains hundreds of recommended book reviews in a variety of reading levels and interest areas.


Birdzilla is a colorful, easy-to-navigate site with practically everything an aid birder could want. You can even keep your birding list on this site.
Birdzilla-the Internet Birding Site


This Web site provides parents, teachers and librarians with practical information and hands-on activities to help give kids the "cyber smarts" they need to make wise and safe online decisions.
Web Awareness


This site is an outgrowth of a series of conferences started in 1994 at Northern Arizona University focusing on the linguistic, educational, social, and political issues related to the survival of the endangered indigenous languages of the world.
Teaching Indigenous Languages

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