Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
December 25, 1999

Websites of the Week


Only the most responsible people may adopt one of these babies!
Penguin Adoption Centre


Looking for pictures of the Southwestern Nations? Search no farther
Image Database


N. Scott Momaday's newest children's book , "Circle of Wonder: A Native American Christmas Story" was inspired by his childhood memories in the Jemez Pueblo. Hear his PBS radio broadcast interview here!
Weekend Edition - Sunday


For grades 6-12: THINK stands for Teenage Health Interactive Newtork. Visit here and see why it's won 116 awards...and counting!
enter : think


Like History? Like the TV game Jeopardy? High School-adult will love this game. Good luck;it's tough!
Humanities-Interactive - Crossroads of Empire - Jeopardy Game


Which colleges and Universities offer Native American Studies Programs? Find out here!
Guide to Native American Studies Programs


View the last solar eclipse of the millennium, visit frog town USA, trace the origin of language. A great site for science, art, and human perception.
The Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception.


Welcome to the Year

1999 AD-- Some predict the past year is the beginning of the end for life on earth as we know it. But what did people think about during 999 AD? Read it here.
The Last Millennium? by Ivor Noel Hume, The Web Of Time, Issue two, A magazine of American history, archaeology, antique co


A wonderful photo exhibit to explore and enjoy.
Turn-of-the-Century Child: Examine their Faces -


Kick the tires of early automobiles, connect with the first telephone
operators and see how music videos got their start.
"Technology in 1900"
The American Experience | Wayback - US History for Kids


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