Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
December 11, 1999

Websites of the Week

The National Inuit Youth Council (NIYC) represents at least 60% of the Inuit population who are under the age of 25 in all 55 Inuit communities in the six regions across Canada. The six regions are Labrador, Nunavik, Qikiktaaluk, Kitikmeot, Kivalliq and Inuvialuit.
National Inuit Youth Council

Learning starts from wondering, and another purpose of this site is to serve as a resource for things, simple but curious, related to Mathematics. I do not intentionally classify topics according to their simplicity. There must be an element of discovery involved to enhance a learning experience.
Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Games Page

Check out the latest from some of cable's hottest sites:
Animal Planet

The Discovery Channel

The Learning Channel

The Travel Channel

In 1886, the Dominion Bridge Company set out to build a cantilevered bridge over the St. Lawrence for the Canadian Pacific Railroad. The bridge would be set on land belonging to the Kahnawake Mohawks. In exchange, the Mohawks demanded jobs on the project.
American Greats: Mohawk steelworkers

Looking for something unique to cook?
Diana's Links to International Recipes - Native American food

Auroras--see them from space, from earth, watch a movie, and prepare to be fascinated.
Auroras: Paintings in the Sky

Beautiful names from many Nations
Native American Baby Names

Elk--the new darlings of wildlife. Read how they are being reintroduced to their past homes.
The Return of the Elk

From grooved lines on bones to atomic clocks. How have humans measured time?
Taking the Measure of Time

Are you learning to speak Spanish? This is a great site to practice vocabulary words!
Translator Alligator

ERIC, the worlds largest educational resource data base, invites you to enjoy this slide presentation.
ERIC Users' Interchange

Love Christmas? Love recipes? Love crafts? You'll LOVE this site!
Home-Made Christmas Gifts - Crafts for Kids - 11/29/99

Your computer plays the music while you sing along with the lyrics on the screen.
KidzSing Garden of Song


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