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Art, Architecture and Music

  1. Band Ensembles
  2. Blacksmithing
  3. Chamorro Music
  4. Changes in Construction Styles
  5. Jazz
  6. Naval Era Gallery
  7. Photography
  8. Pole and Thatched Homes
  9. Printmaking
  10. Wood and Tin Houses

Biographies

  1. Agueda Iglesias Johnston
  2. Ambrosio Torres Shimizu
  3. Atanasio Taitano Perez
  4. Bishop Francisco Javier Vilá
  5. Bishop Miguel Angel Urteaga Olano
  6. Captain Adalbert Zuckschwerdt
  7. Captain Henry Glass
  8. Chester Carl Butler
  9. Dr. Ramon Manalisay Sablan
  10. Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis
  11. Eduardo “Jake” Calvo
  12. Elena Cruz Benavente
  13. Emil Bischoff, SMS Cormoran
  14. Ernest Max Adolph, SMS Cormoran
  15. Father Jesus Baza Duenas
  16. Father Marcian Pellet
  17. Father Roman de Vera
  18. Francisco B. Leon Guerrero
  19. Francisco Garrido Franquez
  20. Frank Duenas Perez
  21. Gertrude Costenoble Hornbostel
  22. Governor Joseph Flores
  23. Governor William John Maxwell
  24. Governor Willis Winter Bradley
  25. Hiram W. Elliott
  26. Ignacia Bordallo Butler
  27. Joaquin “Ding” Palomo
  28. Jose Gumabon, Sr.
  29. Josef Martinez Ada
  30. Laura Thompson
  31. Lucia Fernandez Torres
  32. Maria Anderson Roberto
  33. Maria Arceo Ulloa
  34. Maria Palomo Ada
  35. Mariana Leon Guerrero Lujan
  36. Nieves Mariano Flores
  37. Padre Jose Bernardo Palomo
  38. Pedro Pangelinan Martinez
  39. Pascual Artero y Saez
  40. Simon Sanchez
  41. William Safford

Government and Economic Systems

  1. 1899 General Orders
  2. 1900 General Orders
  3. 1901 General Orders
  4. 1901 Petition
  5. 1902 General Orders
  6. 1903 General Orders
  7. 1904 General Orders
  8. 1914 Executive General Orders
  9. 1915 Executive General Orders
  10. 1916 Executive General Orders
  11. American-Style Colonialism
  12. Bill of Rights for Guam 1930
  13. Civil Rights and US Citizenship (1898-1950)
  14. Early American Economic History
  15. Early American Period has Profound Implications
  16. George Leland Dyer General Order Nos. 78 – 80
  17. Guam and Its Three Empires
  18. Guam Hymn / Fanohge Chamorro
  19. Guam Insular Guard
  20. Guam Leaders from 1899-1904
  21. Guam’s Early American Historical Overview
  22. Guam’s Political Status
  23. History of Democracy on Guam
  24. Institute of Ethnic Affairs
  25. Låncho: Ranch
  26. Land Ownership on Guam
  27. Naval Executive Orders
  28. Partition of the Marianas
  29. Port of Guam
  30. Raymond Stone General Order Nos. 74 – 77
  31. Resettlement Patterns Under American Rule
  32. Richard P. Leary General Order Nos. 1 – 21
  33. Seaton Schroeder General Order Nos. 22 – 32 and 35 – 48
  34. US Naval Era Governors: Contributions and Controversies
  35. US Naval Era: Development of the Code of Guam
  36. US Naval Era: Island Court System
  37. US Naval Era: Judges and Island Attorneys
  38. William E. Sewell General Order Nos. 49 – 73
  39. William J. Maxwell Executive General Order Nos. 180 – 194
  40. William Swift General Order Nos. 33 – 34

Health and Medicine

  1. Guam Pattera (Nurse Midwives)
  2. Hospitals
  3. Leprosy – Hospitals and Colonies
  4. Leprosy – Insular Patrol
  5. Leprosy – Local Reaction
  6. School for Nurses
  7. US Naval Hospital 1899-1941

Language and Education

  1. Education During the US Naval Era
  2. English and Chamorro Language Policies
  3. General Order No. 12
  4. Namesake School: B.P. Carbullido Elementary
  5. Namesake School: L.P. Untalan Middle
  6. Namesake School: P.C. Lujan Elementary
  7. Private Schooling During the US Naval Era
  8. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language

Migrations of People

  1. Chamorro Migration to the US
  2. Filipinos on Guam

Religion and Cultural Practices

  1. Americans Bring Upheaval in Religious Practices
  2. An Attempted German Mission
  3. Capuchins
  4. Expulsion of the Augustinian Recollects
  5. Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart
  6. Origin of the Chamorro Protestant Congregation on Guam

Transportation, Technology and Communications

  1. Communications and Transportation Advancements
  2. First Pan American Flights
  3. Guam Echo and Guam Eagle
  4. Newspapers
  5. Postal History of Guam
  6. Transpacific Telecommunications

Villages, Places, Organizations and Island Life

  1. American Legion
  2. American Red Cross, Guam Chapter
  3. Apra Harbor
  4. Baseball: History of the Sport on Guam
  5. Guam Teachers’ Association
  6. Lujan House
  7. Sumay
  8. Young Men’s League of Guam (YMLG)

Warfare

  1. Cormoran-Südseefahrer: SMS Cormoran Crew Annual Meetings
  2. Guam’s Role in World War I
  3. Spanish-American War
  4. SMS Cormoran I
  5. SMS Cormoran II
  6. SMS Cormoran II (Overview)
  7. SMS Cormoran II Memorial
  8. SMS Cormoran II: Local Stories
  9. SMS Cormoran II: Non-German Crew Members
  10. SMS Cormoran II: Partial Crew List
  11. SMS Cormoran II: Two Crew Member Profiles
  12. The Journey of SMS Cormoran II
  13. The SMS Cormoran II Crew – Prisoners of War
  14. US Naval Cemetery