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Page history last edited by Mr. Salsich 11 years ago

Welcome to the Native Cultures project


*We have moved this wiki to a new address.

Click here to view or join the current site.*


This is a work space for elementary students from around the United States  and Canada to share what they have learned about the native people of the local area where they live.


To start exploring, either click on the placemarks on the map below or check out the pages on the side menu. If you are interested in joining the project, click on the "request access" link on the right.


View Native American cultures in a larger map 


Comments (9)

terryh@... said

at 11:49 am on Aug 27, 2009

My group will be studying the archaeological dig called El Cuartelejo in western Kansas that was built by the Picuris or Taos Pueblo. We'll try to learn more about the current pueblo culture.

Linda said

at 1:42 pm on Aug 30, 2009

Hi Terry,
My third graders study California's central/southern coastal group called the Chumash.

Your archaeological dig sounds interesting!


Linda said

at 3:19 pm on Aug 30, 2009

As I am learning about wikis...I'm thinking about the navigation. When someone clicks the Chumash button on the map...will it go to the Chumash folder where all Chumash info can be found? Environment, shelter, clothing...

What would be best?


Linda said

at 1:10 am on Aug 31, 2009

I was trying to link the front page to the Chumash folder with all the pages in it, but could not. Maybe that's not possible. I will try reading more and work on it another day.

Thanks again for all the work you are putting in to this project!


Mr. Salsich said

at 7:52 pm on Sep 2, 2009

Yeah, I think you can only link to pages, not folders. Maybe there is a way to do it, but I haven't found it yet... I'm also looking at wikispaces and if that is MUCH easier to use, I can switch the whole thing over. This will work, but I'm just wondering if it's better in the long run to learn wikispaces if that is more user friendly...

Linda said

at 8:27 pm on Sep 5, 2009

Hi Jonah,
Hope you had a good first few days!

I like the way the navigation box works that I see in the sidebar. I can see the Chumash folder there and I can click on the page I'd like...ceremonies...shelter...

However, when I click on the map...it goes to a dead page. I think I did that. What should I do?


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