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Contemporary Guam Gallery

Art, Architecture, and Music

  1. Band Ensembles
  2. Canoe Building
  3. Carving
  4. Ceramics
  5. CHamoru Dance
  6. CHamoru Jewelry
  7. CHamoru Music
  8. Chant
  9. Compadres
  10. Contemporary Tattoo
  11. Filmmaking
  12. Graphic Arts
  13. Hollow Block Cement Homes
  14. Jazz
  15. Painting
  16. Photography
  17. Poetry/Spoken Word
  18. Printmaking
  19. Theater
  20. Weaving

Biographies

  1. Adriano Pangelinan
  2. Andrew “Andy” Laguaña
  3. Angel Leon Guerrero Santos
  4. Angel Leon Guerrero Santos, Interpretive Essay
  5. Anthony A. Leon Guerrero
  6. Anthony “Tony” Ramirez
  7. Ariel Dimalanta
  8. Bautista Brothers
  9. Ben “Sinahi” del Rosario
  10. Bill Muna
  11. Candelaria Taitano Rios
  12. Carlos T. Laguana
  13. Clair Lynn Raulerson
  14. Concepcion Cruz Barrett
  15. Congressman Vicente “Ben” Garrido Blaz
  16. Elizabeth Perez Arriola
  17. Emilie Green Johnston
  18. Evelyn Flores
  19. Filamore Palomo Alcon
  20. Flora Baza Quan
  21. Frank Duenas Perez
  22. Frank E. Sanchez, Martial Arts Profile
  23. Frank Rabon
  24. Fred Schumann, Runner Profile
  25. Gloria Borja Nelson
  26. Governor Carl Tommy Cruz Gutierrez
  27. Governor Carlos Camacho
  28. Governor Eddie Baza Calvo
  29. Governor Felix Perez Camacho
  30. Governor Joseph Franklin Ada
  31. Governor Lourdes A. “Lou” Leon Guerrero
  32. Governor Paul MacDonald Calvo
  33. Governor Ricardo Jerome Bordallo
  34. Greg B. Flores
  35. Herman Crisostomo
  36. Herminia Duenas Dierking
  37. Ignacio “Buck” Cruz
  38. Jesus Sablan Leon Guerrero
  39. Joey San Agustin
  40. Johnny Sablan
  41. Jon Alan Anderson
  42. Jose J. Babauta
  43. Jose Leon Guerrero Untalan
  44. Joseph “JD Crutch” Duenas
  45. Judy Flores
  46. Julie “Jill” Quichocho Benavente
  47. Kie Susuico
  48. Laura T. Souder
  49. Leonard Iriarte
  50. Lt. Governor Frank F. Blas
  51. Madeleine Zeien Bordallo
  52. Magdalena Taitano
  53. Manny Crisostomo
  54. Maria Palomo Ada
  55. Maria Yatar McDonald
  56. Mark Dell’Isola
  57. Melvin Won Pat-Borja
  58. Moe Cotton
  59. Monica D. Baza
  60. Patrick Palomo
  61. Patti Lane
  62. Pedro Martinez Ada
  63. Peter C. Siguenza, Jr.
  64. Peter Onedera
  65. Richard “Ric” Castro
  66. Richard Flores Taitano
  67. Robert Taitano
  68. Rita Franquez
  69. Roberto Fracassini
  70. Ron Castro
  71. Rosa Perez Salas
  72. Vicente Cabrera Pangelinan
  73. Vince Reyes
  74. William L. Hernandez

Government and Economic Systems

  1. A 1974 Analysis of Social, Cultural and Historical Factors Bearing on the Political Status of Guam
  2. Challenge to CHamoru Self-determination: Davis v. Guam
  3. CHamoru Registry and the Decolonization Registry
  4. Chamorro vs. Chamoru
  5. Commission on Decolonization
  6. Commission on Self-Determination
  7. Evolution of the Tourism Industry on Guam
  8. Fanohge Famalåo’an and Fan’tachu Fama’lauan
  9. Guam Commonwealth Act
  10. Guam Congressional Representation Act 1972
  11. Guam Constitutional Conventions (ConCon)
  12. Guam Law Library
  13. Guam Legislature
  14. Guam Military Build Up
  15. Guam’s Political Status
  16. Guam’s Strategic Value
  17. History of Efforts to Reunify the Mariana Islands
  18. Interpretive Essay: Chamoru Self-Determination
  19. Land Ownership on Guam
  20. Organic Act of Guam
  21. PASA Conference
  22. Political Status Commissions
  23. Republican Party of Guam
  24. Self-Determination for CHamorus and Hawai`ians
  25. UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  26. United Nations Role in Guam’s Decolonization
  27. Update: Land Ownership on Guam

Health and Medicine

  1. CHamoru DNA Studies and the Origin of the CHamoru People
  2. Guam Memorial Hospital
  3. Guam Pattera Interviews
  4. Nursing Program, University of Guam
  5. Suicide in Micronesia
  6. US Naval Hospital, Guam 1962-Present

Language and Education

  1. Chamorro Orthography
  2. CHamoru Orthography Rules
  3. Fino’ Håya Project
  4. Kumision I Fino’ CHamoru/Chamorro Language Commission
  5. Micronesian Area Research Center (MARC)
  6. Namesake School: JM Guerrero Elementary
  7. Namesake School: MU Lujan Elementary
  8. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language

Migrations of People

  1. Carolinians on Guam
  2. Filipinos on Guam

Natural Resources

  1. Brown Treesnake
  2. Fanihi: Mariana Fruit Bat
  3. Geography of Guam
  4. Haggan: Green Sea Turtle
  5. Native Forest Birds of Guam
  6. Seagrasses Overview
  7. Seaweed: Enteromorpha
  8. Seaweed: Gracilaria
  9. Seaweeds Overview

Religion and Cultural Practices

  1. Ancestral Worship Today
  2. CHamoru Religious Music: Hymnals
  3. Dominican Sisters
  4. Guam Buddhism Society
  5. Jesuits: Society of Jesus
  6. Muslim Association of Guam
  7. Redemptoris Mater Seminary
  8. Santa Ana Chapel, Agat
  9. Sisters of the Good Shepherd

Sports and Recreation

  1. Baseball: Guam Major League
  2. Baseball: History of the Sport on Guam
  3. Baseball: Youth League
  4. Running: History of the Sport on Guam
  5. Surfing: Early History on Guam

Transportation, Technology, and Communications

  1. Guam Recorder (1976, 1st issue)
  2. Guam Recorder (1977)
  3. Guam Recorder (1978)
  4. Guam Recorder (1979)

Villages, Places, Organizations, and Island Life

  1. Agana Heights (Tutuhan)
  2. Agat (Hågat)
  3. American Pacific Nursing Leaders Council
  4. American Red Cross, Guam Chapter
  5. Asan-Maina (Assan-Ma’ina)
  6. Barrigada (Barigåda)
  7. Chalan Pago-Ordot (Chålan Pågu-Otdot)
  8. CHamoru Roots Genealogy Project
  9. Dededo (Dededu)
  10. Guam Animals in Need (GAIN)
  11. Guam Art Galleries
  12. Guam Fiesta Calendar
  13. Guam Humanities Council
  14. Guam Legal Services Corporation
  15. Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association
  16. Guam Nurses Association
  17. Guam Symphony Society
  18. Guam Women’s Club
  19. Hagåtña
  20. Hagåtña Heritage Walking Trail
  21. Inarajan (Inalåhan)
  22. Latte of Freedom
  23. Mangilao
  24. Merizo (Malesso’)
  25. Mongmong-Toto-Maite (Mongmong-To’to-Maite’)
  26. Nasion Chamoru
  27. OPI-R: Organization of People for Indigenous Rights
  28. PARA-PADA
  29. Piti
  30. Santa Rita (Sånta Rita)
  31. Sinajana (Sinahånña)
  32. Talofofo (Talo’fo’fo)
  33. Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon (Tamuneng-Tomhom)
  34. Umatac (Humåtak)
  35. We Are Guåhan
  36. Yigo (Yigu)
  37. Yona (Yo’ña)