Canku Ota

(Many Paths)

AN Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America

December 30, 2000 - Issue 26


Favorite Sites

by Vicki Lockard from various sources

The National Math Trail, an interactive, Internet-based project, is
supported by the U.S. Department of Education Star Schools Program through
SERC (the Satellite Education Resources Consortium) and by Texas
Instruments, Inc
National Math Trail


This is a comprehensive site about butterflies created by an international
team of three students for the ThinkQuest competition

Butterflies 2000: On the Wings of Freedom


CINE (Center for Indigenous Nutrition and Environment) is a university-based
research and education resource for Indigenous Peoples, created by Canada's
Aboriginal Leaders.
CINE (Center for Indigenous Nutrition and Environment)


This site was set up by the family of a young man who was born with several
disabilities. His family found it difficult to find information on the web, so
started their own website. They particularly look at the medical, educational
and legal rights of disabled children.
Internet Resources for Special Children


The Xerox PARC Map Viewer is a World-Wide Web HTTP server that accepts requests for a World or USA map and returns an HTML document including an image of the requested map. Each map image is created on demand from a geographic database.
Xerox Map Viewer


 The contemporary Native American fine art sculpture tradition is relatively new, with the artistic style of Allan Houser dominating its short history. This history is less than one hundred years old. The purpose of this
exhibition is to feature the leaders of this fine art form as well as, to demonstrate the diversity of style and culturalcontext among the artists.
Honoring Native America


Youth Today, The Newspaper on Youth Work is the only independent, nationally distributed newspaper that goes out to more than 70,000 readers in the child and youth services field.
Youth Today Newspaper


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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