Canku Ota

(Many Paths)

AN Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America

December 16, 2000 - Issue 25


Favorite Sites

by Vicki Lockard from various sources

Join Ann Bancroft of Minnesota and Liv Arnesen of Norway on their 100-day, 2,400-mile trek across Antarctica—in an average temperature of -30 degrees Fahrenheit, with winds gusting up to 100 miles per hour.
Lightspan Online Expeditions


Welcome to Cherokee Fire, a Cherokee Nation Recommended Site! Although the site name is drawn from my own heritage, this site focuses not only on Aniyunwiyv issues but on issues of interest and importance to all American Indians. Yes, there is some specifically Cherokee related content here, but this will always be a place for all Nations. If this site can accomplish only one thing I would hope that it would be to bring all of our Nations a bit closer together, for only through unity can we achieve true freedom.
Cherokee Fire


Helping TEACHERS connect with students by providing 1000s of lesson plans, 100s of worksheets, 50+ theme pages, lesson plans & activities for over 50 books, Harry Potter CyberGuide, Oregon Trail Adventure, etc.
Sites for Teachers


This WebQuest takes primary students on a virtual field trip to a farm.
Barnyard Webquest


fColor Math Pink emphasizes the importance of improving math skills for
girls in a girl-friendly format.
Color Math Pink


 Duke University's DW3 Classical Music Resources is a massive Web portal
that bills itself as the "World's most comprehensive collection of classical music links."
Classical Music Links


This site is devoted to media centers, libraries, books, electronic information,
information literacy and the search for understanding.

Libraries and the Information Literate School Community


Prospective college students can apply for federal financial aid through the Free Application for US Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a service of the US Education Department.



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