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20 legends from Guam, which is an island rich in culture. One way to get an inside view of that richness is by listening to the myths and legends of Guam.
Novel about the adventures that a family of 5 endures when they sail their boat from California to Guam
A novel about the liberation invasion of Guam in 1944, as seen through the eyes of a ten-year-old boy.
On Guam, a little girl hunts for duendes, happy little people who dance in the swamp when the moon is big and round, and scurry back to their hiding places when the dew starts to drop.
The history of the liberation of Guam in 1944.
Kennith Culbreth's memoir of his time in Guam while in the United States Navy.
Examines U.S. military colonialism through the lens of Western medicine and its cultural impact.
The Chamorro female experience.
Written for students of Guam on Guam's political development as perceived by the Chamorro people.
The narrative of George R. Tweed, a navy man who survived on Japan-held Guam for two and a half years during World War II.
Antonio de Pineda y Ramirez was selected to head the natural history component of the Spanish scientific expedition organized under the auspices of King Carlos III, after being recommended by the expedition's leader.
The Secret Guam Study: How President Ford's 1975 Approval of Commonwealth Was Blocked by Federal Officialsby Willens, Howard P. and Ballendorf, Dirk Anthony
The focus of this book is on a secret Guam study carried out in 1973-74 by a federal interagency working group and sent on to the President. The study was commissioned and completed at a time when the United States was negotiating commonwealth status with the Northern Mariana Islands (NMI) and there was dissatisfaction in Guam with its own territorial status position.
Novel weaving together the stories of three sets of characters who visit Easter Island between 1913 and 1973
The definitive history of Easter Island, one of the most remote and mysterious places on earth.
Discusses the many visits made by explorers, missionaries, businesspeople, scientists, and others to Easter Island since the late 1600s and what they revealed about life on this remote Pacific island.
This book is part of the Island Alphabet Books series, which features languages and children's artwork from the U.S.-affiliated Pacific.
Historical fiction of the history of Hawaii: its start from fiery volcanoes to the 1800s, about the Polynesians, the missionaries, Chinese, Japanese, and Filipinos who settled there.
Detailed chronology of the 20th-century history of Hawaii
A concise history of Hawaii, from the first Polynesian settlers to statehood and beyond.
This book has information on physical orientation but more importantly, it tells you about the people: what they value, why they act the way they do and how their unique history affects their philosophy and way of life. This book will help you cope with the volcano of unexpected issues when living in Hawai'i.
While on a field trip to study native plants, Kenneth and Aleesa are transported to Hawaii in the 1890s, where they see first-hand the final days of the reign of Queen Lili'uokalani and learn about native rights.
This is the first overview of Hawai'i Island's ancient history in over 100 years, a fascinating blend of oral history, archaeology, and written history, that takes the reader through 1,500 years of Hawai'ian history.
Fierce Heart is the biography of a community and a portrait of its people.
In Hawaii's Best Spooky Tales, Rick Carroll presents an all new second collection of true inexplicable encounters in Hawaii.
hawaii's best spooky tales 2, is proof that encounters With the supernatural in Hawai'i are happening all the time and in all forms.