Native American Education
Websites for Children and Teens
Home schooling families have the opportunity to expose their children
to educational resources from around the world and this site links to
sites that can be used to enrich a home schooler's regular curriculum.
Indian Education Association
The mission of the National Indian Education Association is to support
traditional Native cultures and values, to enable Native learners to
become contributing members of their communities, to promote Native
control of educational institutions, and to improve educational
opportunities and resources for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and
Native Hawaiian's throughout the United States.
Donna's Local Newspaper Online
Page of Native American Sites on the web.
The USA Alcoholics Anonymous Association. Also see their
Alcohol Addiction Resource Page
American Art, History and Cultural Tour
educational, cultural visit of historical facts, images and reference materials of various Native American Indian
The online Knitting magazine
The American Indian World Dance Championships.
Athlete of the century.
Indian Industrial School
These pages are designed, written and executed with the purpose of
offering glimpses into the Carlisle Indian School and its history.
Great site for anything you want to know about Quilts and Quilting.
Remedies, Holistic Approach, Repellent Plants
Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet on Entomology
Lots of good stuff on this site including organic gardening.
We praise Culture, Industry and Traditions of our home towns and our
in Remembered Ways
Celebrates compassion as a way of life.
Ponca City Cultural News.
Ritalin Alternative for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) using
handwriting training to Retrain the Brain.
A modern American poet.
Working to restore the native
ecosystems in the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, southwest of
Chicago, Illinois, with a volunteer stewardship network.
Squaw Leap near Millerton renamed
Squaw Leap, a name that has long
grated on American Indians, has passed into Central California history
-- at least, as far as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management is concerned.
Donna's Index Page