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Entries

  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. A 1974 Analysis of Social, Cultural and Historical Factors Bearing on the Political Status of Guam
  12. Adoption of “Guamanian”
  13. American-Style Colonialism
  14. Bill of Rights for Guam 1930
  15. Book: Secret Guam Study
  16. Challenge to CHamoru Self-determination: Davis v. Guam
  17. CHamoru Registry and the Decolonization Registry
  18. Chamorros: A People Divided
  19. Civil Rights and US Citizenship (1898-1950)
  20. Commission on Decolonization
  21. Commission on Self-Determination
  22. Democratic Party of Guam
  23. Early American Period has Profound Implications
  24. Elective Governor Act 1968
  25. English and Chamorro Language Policies
  26. Fanohge Famalåo’an and Fan’tachu Fama’lauan
  27. Forzado System and the Mariana Islands
  28. George Leland Dyer General Order Nos. 78 – 80
  29. Guam and Its Three Empires
  30. Guam Commonwealth Act
  31. Guam Congress Walkout
  32. Guam Congressional Representation Act 1972
  33. Guam Constitutional Conventions (ConCon)
  34. Guam Echo and Guam Eagle
  35. Guam Hymn / Fanohge Chamorro
  36. Guam Leaders from 1899-1904
  37. Guam Legislature
  38. Guam Military Build Up
  39. Guam’s Early American Historical Overview
  40. Guam’s Political Development
  41. Guam’s Political Status
  42. Guam’s Strategic Value
  43. History of Democracy on Guam
  44. History of Efforts to Reunify the Mariana Islands
  45. Impact of Japanese Military Occupation of Guam
  46. Institute of Ethnic Affairs
  47. Interpretive Essay: Chamoru Self-Determination
  48. Interpretive Essay: CHamorus Yearn for Freedom
  49. Japanese Military Administration of Guam
  50. Japanese Occupation of Guam
  51. Land Ownership on Guam
  52. Maga’håga: Highest Ranking Daughter
  53. Maga’låhi: Highest Ranking Son
  54. Mampolitiku: Politics
  55. Manma’gas: Leaders
  56. Nasion Chamoru
  57. National Attention on Guam’s Postwar Campaign for Citizenship
  58. Naval Era Governors of Guam
  59. Naval Executive Orders
  60. OPI-R: Organization of People for Indigenous Rights
  61. Organic Act of Guam
  62. PARA-PADA
  63. Partition of the Marianas
  64. PASA Conference
  65. Perspective: Women in Politics
  66. Political Status Commissions
  67. Raymond Stone General Order Nos. 74 – 77
  68. Republican Party of Guam
  69. Richard P. Leary General Order Nos. 1 – 21
  70. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language
  71. Seaton Schroeder General Order Nos. 22 – 32 and 35 – 48
  72. Security Clearance on Guam
  73. Self-Determination for Chamorros and Hawai`ians
  74. Spanish-American War
  75. Territorial Party of Guam
  76. UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  77. United Nations Role in Guam’s Decolonization
  78. Update: Land Ownership on Guam
  79. US Naval Era Governors: Contributions and Controversies
  80. US Navy War Crimes Trials on Guam
  81. We Are Guåhan
  82. William E. Sewell General Order Nos. 49 – 73
  83. William J. Maxwell Executive General Order Nos. 180 – 194
  84. William Swift General Order Nos. 33 – 34

Biographies

  1. Agueda Iglesias Johnston
  2. Angel Leon Guerrero Santos
  3. Angel Leon Guerrero Santos, Interpretive Essay
  4. Atanasio Taitano Perez
  5. Candelaria Taitano Rios
  6. Captain Henry Glass
  7. Carlos Pangelinan Taitano
  8. Cecilia Cruz Bamba
  9. Concepcion Balajadia Duenas
  10. Concepcion Cruz Barrett
  11. Congressman Antonio B. Won Pat
  12. Congressman Vicente “Ben” Garrido Blaz
  13. Cynthia Johnston Torres
  14. Dr. Pedro Cruz Sanchez
  15. Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis
  16. Eduardo “Jake” Calvo
  17. Elizabeth Perez Arriola
  18. Francisco B. Leon Guerrero
  19. Frank Duenas Perez
  20. Governor Carl Tommy Cruz Gutierrez
  21. Governor Carlos Camacho
  22. Governor Carlton Skinner
  23. Governor Eddie Baza Calvo
  24. Governor Felix Perez Camacho
  25. Governor Ford Quint Elvidge
  26. Governor Henry Larsen
  27. Governor Joseph Franklin Ada
  28. Governor Joseph Flores
  29. Governor Juan Marina
  30. Governor Lourdes A. “Lou” Leon Guerrero
  31. Governor Manuel Flores Leon Guerrero
  32. Governor Manuel Muro
  33. Governor Paul McDonald Calvo
  34. Governor Ricardo Jerome Bordallo
  35. Governor Richard Barrett Lowe
  36. Governor William “Bill” Daniel
  37. Governor William John Maxwell
  38. Governor Willis Winter Bradley
  39. Herminia Duenas Dierking
  40. Ignacio “Buck” Cruz
  41. Kepuha: Quipuha
  42. Lagrimas Leon Guerrero Untalan
  43. Laura Thompson
  44. Lt. Governor Frank F. Blas
  45. Madeleine Zeien Bordallo
  46. Richard Flores Taitano
  47. Simon Sanchez
  48. Vicente Cabrera Pangelinan
  49. William Safford