US Naval Era Politics and Government Entries

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Entries

  1. 1899 General Orders
  2. 1901 General Orders
  3. 1901 Petition
  4. 1902 General Orders
  5. 1903 General Orders
  6. 1904 General Orders
  7. 1914 Executive General Orders
  8. 1915 Executive General Orders
  9. 1916 Executive General Orders
  10. American-Style Colonialism
  11. Bill of Rights for Guam 1930
  12. Chamorros: A People Divided
  13. Civil Rights and US Citizenship (1898-1950)
  14. Early American Period has Profound Implications
  15. English and Chamorro Language Policies
  16. George Leland Dyer General Order Nos. 78 – 80
  17. Guam Echo and Guam Eagle
  18. Guam Hymn / Fanohge Chamorro
  19. Guam Leaders from 1899-1904
  20. Guam’s Early American Historical Overview
  21. Institute of Ethnic Affairs
  22. Naval Era Governors of Guam
  23. Naval Executive Orders
  24. Partition of the Marianas
  25. Raymond Stone General Order Nos. 74 – 77
  26. Richard P. Leary General Order Nos. 1 – 21
  27. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language
  28. Seaton Schroeder General Order Nos. 22 – 32 and 35 – 48
  29. Spanish-American War
  30. US Naval Era Governors: Contributions and Controversies
  31. William E. Sewell General Order Nos. 49 – 73
  32. William J. Maxwell Executive General Order Nos. 180 – 194
  33. William Swift General Order Nos. 33 – 34

Biographies

  1. Atanasio Taitano Perez
  2. Captain Henry Glass
  3. Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis
  4. Eduardo “Jake” Calvo
  5. Francisco B Leon Guerrero
  6. Governor William John Maxwell
  7. Governor Willis Winter Bradley
  8. Laura Thompson
  9. William Safford