Canku Ota

(Many Paths)

AN Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America

December 2, 2000 - Issue 24


Favorite Sites

by Vicki Lockard from various sources

Canada and the United States have many major geographic features in common. They share the Rocky Mountains, the Interior Plains, four of the Great Lakes, the Appalachian Highlands, and many rivers. It is hardly surprising, therefore, that the stories of the exploration and settlement of both of these nations are
closely interwoven.

The complete history of neither Canada nor the United States can be studied without reference to the history of the other. Each is today an independent nation. Each, however, achieved its independence by a completely different path--Canada by gradual constitutional change spread over many years, the United States by a single great War of Independence.
Canadian Information Pages


This Canadian web site gives you immediate access to our database of thousands of scholarships, bursaries, fellowships, grants and other financial awards. Whether you are about to enter your first year of
post-secondary education or are already enrolled in a university or college program, can help you find the money to finance your education.

Canadian Student Awards and Funds


Native American Geometry explores designs from various Native American nations to illustrate the physical geometry of the simple circle.
Native American Geometry


This just may be one of the most high-energy sites around. The homepage features 13 characters, each of which is a link to high-quality games, email cards, funny cartoons and more.
 Rumpus is a web site with more than 500 educational games called activities which are organized into grade levels. The activities start at the preschool level and progressively become more difficult as a child develops. was founded on the simple premise: kids love games; games can teach. decided to be fun+school in equal proportions.'s educational activities are used widely by teachers to reinforce and supplement school classroom activities.


One of the Internet Public Library's most recent bibliographic
projects is its online guide to Native American authors. This site
provides "information on Native North American authors with
bibliographies of their published works, biographical information,
and links to online resources including interviews, online texts, and
tribal Web sites."
List of Native American Authors


The titles of these two sites speak for themselves...Enjoy!!!
Indian Fossil Legends

Native American Fossil Legends




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