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Guamanian Era Gallery

Art and Architecture

  1. Ceramics
  2. Filmmaking
  3. Kaiser Pre-Fab Homes
  4. Photography
  5. Quonset Huts

Biographies

  1. Agueda Iglesias Johnston
  2. Antonio Carbullido Yamashita
  3. Archbishop Felixberto C. Flores
  4. Bautista Brothers
  5. Bill Muna
  6. Carlos Cruz Laguana
  7. Carlos Pangelinan Taitano
  8. Clotilde “Ding” Castro Gould
  9. Concepcion Balajadia Duenas
  10. Concepcion Cruz Barrett
  11. Congressman Antonio Borja Won Pat
  12. Cynthia Johnston Torres
  13. Earl Edward Kloppenburg
  14. Eduardo “Jake” Calvo
  15. Elizabeth Perez Arriola
  16. Emilie Green Johnston
  17. Francisco B. Leon Guerrero
  18. Francisco Garrido Franquez
  19. Frank Duenas Perez
  20. Governor Carlton Skinner
  21. Governor Ford Quint Elvidge
  22. Governor Joseph Flores
  23. Governor Manuel Flores Leon Guerrero
  24. Governor Richard Barrett Lowe
  25. Governor William “Bill” Daniel
  26. Ignacia Bordallo Butler
  27. Jesus Sablan Leon Guerrero
  28. Joaquin “Ding” Palomo
  29. Jose Gumabon, Sr.
  30. Jose Leon Guerrero Untalan
  31. Josef Martinez Ada
  32. Joseph Charles Murphy
  33. Lagrimas Leon Guerrero Untalan
  34. Louie Gombar
  35. Maria Arceo Ulloa
  36. Maria Palomo Ada
  37. Mary Essie Underwood
  38. Norbert Tydingco
  39. Paul Carano
  40. Pedro Martinez Ada
  41. Richard Flores Taitano
  42. Rita Guevara Sablan
  43. Rosa Aguigui Reyes
  44. Rosa Perez Salas
  45. Rosa Roberto Carter
  46. Thelma Glenn

Government and Economic Systems

  1. Adoption of “Guamanian”
  2. Book: Secret Guam Study
  3. Democratic Party of Guam
  4. Elective Governor Act 1968
  5. Guam and Its Three Empires
  6. Guam Constitutional Conventions (ConCon)
  7. Guam Legislature
  8. Guam’s Political Status
  9. Guam’s Strategic Value
  10. History of Efforts to Reunify the Mariana Islands
  11. Land Ownership on Guam
  12. National Attention on Guam’s Postwar Campaign for Citizenship
  13. Organic Act of Guam
  14. Political Status Commissions
  15. Republican Party of Guam
  16. Security Clearance on Guam
  17. Territorial Party of Guam
  18. United Nations Role in Guam’s Decolonization

Health and Medicine

  1. Guam Pattera: Changing Birth Practices (1950-1960)
  2. Lytico-Bodig on Guam
  3. Nursing Program, University of Guam
  4. US Naval Hospital, Guam 1962-Present

Language and Education

  1. English and Chamorro Language Policies
  2. Namesake School: BP Carbullido Elementary
  3. Namesake School: CL Taitano Elementary
  4. Namesake School: LP Untalan Middle
  5. Namesake School: PC Lujan Elementary
  6. Namesake School: VSA Benavente Middle
  7. Notre Dame High School
  8. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language
  9. School Sisters of Notre Dame

Migrations of People

  1. Carolinians on Guam
  2. Filipinos on Guam

Religion and Cultural Practices

  1. Baha’i Faith
  2. Carmelite Nuns
  3. Episcopal Church
  4. Franciscan Sisters
  5. Lutheran Church of Guam
  6. Mercedarian Sisters
  7. Mormon Church of Guam

Transportation, Technology, and Communications

  1. Guam Echo and Guam Eagle

Villages, Places, Organizations, and Island Life

  1. American Red Cross, Guam Chapter
  2. Baseball: History of the Sport on Guam
  3. Brown Treesnake
  4. Guam Historical Club
  5. Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association
  6. Guam Nurses Association
  7. Guam Symphony Society
  8. Guam Women’s Club
  9. Running: History of the Sport on Guam
  10. Surfing: Early History on Guam