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  • All Our Lives Oral History

    All Our Lives Oral History

    This website commemorates the sacrifices and achievements of the UK civilian population and the servicemen and women of WW2. Until America entered the war in December 1941, the UK was all that stood between the free world and the nazis tyranny that could have gone on to engulf the whole world!

  • BlueStar Creations

    BlueStar Creations

    Hand made Native American crafts and jewelry. Deerskin and leather goods,unique,hard to find gifts and regalia. History and stories of the Cherokee and Ani Yumwiya. Tsalagi language lessons and more."

  • Canku Ota (Many Paths)

    Canku Ota (Many Paths)

    "Canku Ota" (Many Paths) is an e-zine for and about Native America ... the native people of North America ... Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, and First Nations People. It is a celebration of the traditions and cultures of these diverse people.

  • Cannery Row Foundation

    Cannery Row Foundation

    Educational and historical resource site for Cannery Row, Monterey, California. Location of John Steinbeck's fiction and, during World War II, "The Sardine Capital of the World." Rresearch and educaitonal materials, photos and links.

  • Honor Your Ancestors

    Honor Your Ancestors

    Excellent site for understanding and communicating with your ancestors and spirit guides. Although the focus is African spirituality: Santeria, Orisa/Orishas, or Voodoo/Hoodoo, the techniques on this site can be applied to anyone within any....

  • Laymens Terms

    Laymen's Terms

    The Lehman Family Web Site:
    In honor of our father Clyde Kenneth Lehman a WW2 Vet that rasied us to stand up and speak up for what we believe in.
    With Links to sites and sights

  • Little Feather Center

    Little Feather Center

    Native American (Dakota) site belonging to an actual Indian center in Pipestone, MN. The Center has a museum showing the skills of Pipe making and quarrying of the sacred red stone the Pipes are crafted from. Various Native American information on site.