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"From the day we are born, until the day we die, we are all students!"

Many have written asking questions; others have written thanking us for information they found on the site for their school projects; others write and ask why we don't have more information about a certain subject that is dear to them, but we haven't written about it. As you know there are only three of us and we have limited time and abilities.

For this new Section, we throw the challenge to you, students of all ages. If you have researched a subject or created a school project about some aspect of the Native Americans...their Culture...or way of Life, and you would like us to put it on this website for others to gain from your knowledge and research, send your project to Fill out the form below . If you are a teacher and a student has created a project that you feel is exceptional or merely warrants being shared with others, send the project to . If you are a parent and you are particularly proud of your child's project, send it to .

The only thing we ask is that the article or project be something you have researched and that you include any and all credits from where the information came. Though we will not be held responsible for your words, you will be held responsible for authenticating your work to others.

The best way to send the article/project would be as a Word Document file. Pictures will be greatly appreciated with the projects. The project doesn't need to be words, in fact the project could be pictures of a replication of a village or a tipi for a particular tribe. Please include any information about yourself that you would like included with your project---your name, age, school, class, why you did this project, where you got the information that you are presenting and anything else you feel you want said.

If you have written something that you would like to share, such as poems or stories, they should be sent to  for use in the Guest Contributions section. The Student Section will be for researched articles and school projects ONLY.

The first article for this section is an Interview by Katherine P. Roberts for a Visual Arts Class. We are honored that she sent this interview to be included on our website.

We thank you, Katherine, for giving us the push we needed to finally start this section.

We hope to hear from more students and teachers, with your help, we can share more information and educate more people about the Native Americans...their Culture...their Way of Life.

~ < > ~ < >~ < >~ Stone Woman ~ < >~ < >~ < > ~



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