HALITO and welcome...I am finally beginning to get back to working on this site a little, and will be adding to the main page here,while leaving the old content intact..Check the links to other sites from time to time to note any changes...Hope you enjoy the site. B.E. _______________________________________________________
In tribute to Neal White, who left this earthly level February 24, 2000, I am going to leave this page as it is...<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
HALITO...Welcome to our Homepage.This site is "under construction", but well enough along for you to be here visiting us. "Us" being Neal White, our resident author and IKHANANCHI (teacher) whose book inspired us to do a website - and Barbara Ellison (that would be me) the one constructing this site, tho not without much input in the form of "suggestions" by Neal.
As of this moment, we have our own message board, so if you want to post there, just click on the "enter forum" button below. Neal has begun posting his CHATA language lessons on our board now, so if you want to learn, be sure to check that board.
We also have a guestbook that we hope you will sign and tell us what you think of our site.
We now have a place for you to go to read some of Neal's stories. Each week we will have a different story in
We have added a new page for Chata words and phrases, etc. We will still work with the language on the message board and in the chat room, but what is on this new page will remain available continually, and it will be added to as we go along.Click below to get to the new page.
For those Ohoyo who want to make their own Chata dress, you'll find the instructions here...
We hope you enjoy your visit. Come back soon, cause we'll be adding more to this site.
Before you head for home, stop on by some of our friends' places...
To email Neal or me...
The Diamondback Rattlesnake was revered by the Chata because he kept rats and other vermin out of the corn and grain stores.You may have noticed the diamond design on Traditional Chata dresses and shirts...it is the Diamondback Rattlesnake that is represented.
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