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Entries

  1. Agad’na: Canoe Builders
  2. Ålas: Turtle Shell Ornaments, Ålas (brief)
  3. Alu and Pang
  4. Ancient Chamorro Body Modification
  5. Ancient Chamorro Burial Practices
  6. Ancient Chamorro Burial Rituals
  7. Ancient Chamorro Calendar
  8. Ancient Chamorro Fish Weirs (Gigao)
  9. Ancient Chamorro Use of Human Bones
  10. Ancient Chamorro Use of Rice
  11. Animism
  12. Aniti: Spirit
  13. Babuen Kuresma: Lenten Boar
  14. Baotismo: Baptism
  15. Bela: Wake or Vigil
  16. Birth
  17. Burial Practices
  18. Chaife’s Lost Soul
  19. Chamorro Directional Terminology
  20. Chamorro Nicknames
  21. Chamorro Numbers
  22. Chamorro Proverbs
  23. Chamorro Surnames
  24. Chamorro Women’s Legacy of Leadership
  25. CHamoru DNA Studies and the Origin of the CHamoru People
  26. CHamoru Sidereal Direction Terminology
  27. Chåmpada: Social Competition for Status
  28. Che’lu/Mañe’lu: Siblings
  29. Chenchule’: Social Reciprocity
  30. Crime and Punishment
  31. Criollo
  32. Dinague Laolao
  33. Discipline
  34. Division of Labor by Age, Class, Gender
  35. Dowry Presentation: Marriage Rituals
  36. Emmok: Revenge
  37. Familia
  38. Fiestas
  39. Fino’ Gualåfon: Moonlight Talk
  40. Fino’ Håya Project
  41. First Holy Communion and Confirmation
  42. Fouha Bay: Cradle of Creation
  43. Fumatinas Titiyas yan Fuma’gasi Magagu: Places of Romance
  44. Gadao yan Otro Pinenta Siha: Traditional Art
  45. Gadao’s Strength
  46. Geftao: Unselfishness
  47. Guinahan Famagu’on: Children’s Wealth
  48. Guma’ Uritao
  49. Hale’ta: Chamorro Cultural Traditions
  50. Health Consequences of Modern Diets on Guam
  51. Hilitai: Monitor Lizard
  52. Hima: Conserving a Cultural Heritage
  53. Hineksa’ Sinagan: Gift of Rice
  54. I Tinituhon
  55. Inafa’maolek: Striving for Harmony
  56. Indios
  57. Insulares
  58. Kantan Chamorita
  59. Karabao: Water Buffalo
  60. Ko’lao yan Fattoigue: Custom of Bringing a Gift of Food
  61. Kottot: Marriage Rituals
  62. Kulepbla: Snake
  63. Kumaire/Måle’
  64. Kumpaire/Pari’
  65. Låncho: Ranch
  66. Latte’s Significance
  67. Ma Uritao
  68. Ma’goddai: Strong Urge
  69. Maga’håga: Highest Ranking Daughter
  70. Maga’låhi: Highest Ranking Son
  71. Magutos i Finihu: Marriage Rituals
  72. Makåna and Kakåhna
  73. Mamåhlao: Shame
  74. Mamaisen Saina: Marriage Rituals
  75. Mampolitiku: Politics
  76. Man’amko
  77. Manachang
  78. Mangkalamya: Skilled Artisans
  79. Manila Galleon Trade Route-La Nao de China: A Legacy in the Marianas
  80. Manma’gas: Leaders
  81. Mannakhilo’ and Mannakpåpa’
  82. Marriage Traditions
  83. Matå’pang: Evolution of the Term
  84. Matao and Acha’ot
  85. Matatnga: Fearless
  86. Matrimony and Social Change in the Marianas during Spanish Times
  87. Men’s Roles
  88. Mestizo (Mestisu)
  89. Mo’na: Circular Concept of History
  90. Mother’s Brothers
  91. Mulatos and Negros
  92. Mythological Depictions of Men
  93. Mythological Depictions of Women
  94. Natural
  95. Nginge’: Showing Respect
  96. Nina/Ninu
  97. Ninana: Motherhood
  98. Niyok: Coconut
  99. Nobena: Novena (Catholic Devotional Prayers)
  100. Origin of Chamorro as an Ethnic Identifier
  101. Passion for Pugua
  102. Pattida: Dividing Family Land Among Children
  103. Peninsulares
  104. Perspective: Guam Women in Art
  105. Perspective: Women and Religion in CHamoru Society
  106. Perspective: Women in Guam History: A Critical Reflection
  107. Perspective: Women in Politics
  108. Physical Anthropology of Ancient Guam and the Mariana Islands
  109. Poksai: Informal Adoption
  110. Prebirth
  111. Pumeska: Hunters on Land and Sea
  112. Puntan and Fu’una: Gods of Creation
  113. Puntan Dos Amantes
  114. Puntan Påtgon
  115. Rice
  116. Saina: Elders
  117. Saina: Gender Roles
  118. Sirena
  119. Slingstones: Weapons
  120. Social Classes in Traditional Chamorro Society
  121. Sottera/Sotteru: Teenagers
  122. Suruhånu yan Amot: Healers and Medicine
  123. Taotaomo’na
  124. Techa: Traditional Prayer Leader
  125. The Matao Iron Trade Part 1: Contact and Commerce
  126. The Matao Iron Trade Part 2: Galleon Trading and Repatriation
  127. The Matao Iron Trade Part 3: Appropriation and Entanglement
  128. The Young Maidens That Saved Guam
  129. Umayute’: Divorce
  130. Uritao: Bachelor
  131. Utak: Itak
  132. Voices of Our Elders Media Files
  133. Warfare
  134. Women’s Roles

Biographies

  1. Agualin, Maga’låhi Agualin (brief)
  2. Fu’una
  3. Hineti
  4. Hurao
  5. Kepuha: Quipuha
  6. Laura Thompson
  7. Matå’pang: Matapang
  8. Santa Marian Kamalen
  9. Taga
  10. Tolahi
  11. Yula