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Andrew “Andy” Laguaña

…focused on large-scale government, office and commercial buildings. He was previously affiliated with the San Francisco Office of Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum for 14 years, serving as Vice President and…

Vicente Cabrera Pangelinan

…had two sisters, Maria and Jesusa, and one brother, Antonio. His family lived in Barrigada and Pangelinan attended San Vicente Elementary School, graduating from Father Duenas Memorial School in 1974….

Origin of Guam’s Indigenous People

…Extra-Formosan, the language that developed in the northern Philippines following the first migration out of Taiwan into the Philippines. • The earliest CHamorus sailed the 1,300 miles from the northern…

Japanese Stragglers on Guam

…stragglers, and capturing five. Two members were killed in action – Antonio P. Manibusan and Pedro R. San Nicolas. Two others, Juan L. Luajan and Vicente L. Borja, were wounded….

Micronesia Portal

…priest Diego Luis de San Vitores in 1668 who renamed the islands the Mariana Islands in honor of his benefactor, Queen Mariana. Over the next two decades, many islanders were…

Lytico-Bodig on Guam

…unclear. Vince Diego, a biological anthropologist at Texas Biomedical Research Institute (TBRI) in San Antonio, says there are two lines of thought on this issue: one is that the lytico-bodig…

Concepcion Balajadia Duenas

…then elected as the first female mayor of the village. She was married to Juan San Agustin Duenas. At the time of her death, she had three daughters, one son,…

Ignacio “Buck” Cruz

…stepping down in 2000. The son of Ramon Padilla Cruz and Justa Santiago Cruz, Cruz was the youngest of six children. Born in the village of Merizo in 1927, Cruz…

Governor Willis W. Bradley

…1947. He died in Santa Barbara, California on 27 August 1954. By Shannon J. Murphy Governor Bradley video samples Featuring a clip from the Governor Willis W. Bradley Film: Bradley…

Guam Recorder (1975, 1st issue)

…C. Mahone 3. Public School Named for Native Priest, by Guam Recorder, Aug. 1930 4. Governor Gregorio Santa Maria Saves and Enlarges the College of San Juan de Letran, by…