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Art, Architecture, Body Adornment, Music and Food

  1. Belembaotuyan
  2. Blacksmithing
  3. de Silleria
  4. Mampostería
  5. Pole and Thatched Homes
  6. Pumeska: Hunters on Land and Sea
  7. Spanish Era Gallery

Biographies

  1. Agualin, Maga’låhi Agualin (brief)
  2. Andrés Blázquez
  3. Andres de Urdaneta
  4. Bartola Garrido
  5. Bishop Agustín José Bernaus
  6. Bishop Joaquín Felipe Oláiz
  7. Bishop Miguel Angel Urteaga Olano
  8. Ciriaco de Espiritu Santo
  9. Domingo Medina de Santo Tomás
  10. Father Aniceto Ibáñez del Carmen
  11. Father Diego Luis de San Vitores
  12. Father Luís de Medina
  13. Fray Antonio de Los Ángeles
  14. Fray Francisco Resano
  15. Fray Juan Pobre de Zamora
  16. Governor Manuel Muro
  17. Hineti
  18. Hurao
  19. John Clipperton and George Shelvocke
  20. John Eaton and William Cowley
  21. José de Quiroga y Losada
  22. Jules Sébastien César Dumont d’Urville
  23. Kepuha: Quipuha
  24. Louis Claude de Freycinet
  25. Luís de Torres
  26. Manuel de San Juan Bautista
  27. Matå’pang: Matapang
  28. Miguel López de Legazpi
  29. Padre Jose Bernardo Palomo
  30. Pedro Calungsod
  31. Pedro Sanchez Pericón
  32. Sirena
  33. William “Bully” Hayes
  34. William Dampier
  35. Woodes Rogers

Environment and Natural Resources

  1. Karabao: Water Buffalo
  2. Låncho: Ranch

European Exploration, Trade and Scientific Studies

  1. Beachcombers
  2. European Colonization’s Impact on Trade in Micronesia
  3. Galleon: Concepción
  4. Galleon: San Pablo
  5. Galleon: Trinidad
  6. Galleon: Victoria
  7. Island of Guam by William Haswell
  8. La Nao de China: The Spanish Treasure Fleet System
  9. Manila Galleon Crew Members
  10. Manila Galleon Trade Route-La Nao de China: A Legacy in the Marianas
  11. Mapping the Pacific
  12. Navigation and Cargo of the Manila Galleons
  13. Pirates on Guam
  14. Whaling Influence in the Marianas

Government and Economic Systems

  1. Forzado System and the Mariana Islands
  2. History of Democracy on Guam
  3. Land Ownership on Guam
  4. Natural
  5. Peninsulares
  6. Spanish Coinage in Guam
  7. Treaty of Tordesillas
  8. Treaty of Zaragoza
  9. Trepang Trade

Health and Medicine

  1. 1823 Guam Vital Statistics Report
  2. Envisioning the Past: Near Extinction
  3. Spanish Response to Chamorro Depopulation

Language and Education

  1. Acculturation in the Spanish Era
  2. Colegio de San Juan de Letrán
  3. Educational Institutions during the Spanish Era
  4. Escuela de Niñas
  5. Financial Support of Education
  6. Influential Governors in Education
  7. Origin of Chamorro as an Ethnic Identifier
  8. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language

Migrations of People

  1. Carolinians on Guam
  2. Filipinos on Guam

Religion and Cultural Practices

  1. Augustinian Recollects
  2. Baotismo: Baptism
  3. Bela: Wake or Vigil
  4. Capuchins
  5. Chaife’s Lost Soul
  6. Jesuit Administration of the Marianas
  7. Jesuits: Society of Jesus
  8. Kumaire/Måle’
  9. Kumpaire/Pari’
  10. Marriage Traditions
  11. Matrimony and Social Change in the Marianas during Spanish Times
  12. Nina/Ninu
  13. Nobena: Novena (Catholic Devotional Prayers)
  14. Nobenan I Niño Jesus-Novena to the Christ Child
  15. Other Noted Rectors
  16. Techa: Traditional Prayer Leader
  17. Transmission of Christianity into Chamorro Culture

Villages and Places

  1. Fort San Jose
  2. Fort San Luis
  3. Fort Santa Agueda
  4. Fort Santiago
  5. Fort Santo Angel
  6. Fort Soledad
  7. Lujan House
  8. Spanish Forts of Guam Overview

Weapons and Warfare

  1. Warfare