Explorer's Club

Lakota, Oglala
October 2003
News from Native California;Fall2003, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p4
Looks at the Explorer's Club launched at the La Jolla Indian Reservation by retired geologist Eleanora I. Robbins in October 2001 in California. Genesis of the club; Reasons behind Robbins' decision to start the club; Range of science lessons that Indian children learns from the club; Outdoor activities of children included in the club.


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