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A Brief History of the Chamorro __ "Linguistic and archaeological studies have indicated that two thousand years before the birth of Christ, the remote islands of the Mariana archipelago were settled by people from Southeast Asia." You will find an excellent history. - From janeresture.com - http://www.janeresture.com/micronesia_chamorro/

Chamorro Culture __ A huge amount of information about Chamorro culture. - From guampedia.com - http://guampedia.com/?cat=11

Chamorro language __ An encyclopedic article with links to additional materials. - From Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamorro_language

Chamorro Language __ You will find short and easy lessons on the Chamorro language. - From offisland.com - http://offisland.com/cham.html

Chamorro Language & Culture __ "Chamorro is the name of the indigenous language and ethnicity native to the Mariana Islands. This blog is intended to provide Chamorro language and cultural resources, tips, and information to those who are researching the Marianas." - illustrated - From chamorrolanguage.blogspot.com - http://chamorrolanguage.blogspot.com/

Chamorro Month: A celebration of island culture, history __ "During the month, local residents take the time to celebrate the island’s culture, history and ancient traditions." - From guampdn.com - http://php.guampdn.com/sites/jre/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=436:chamorro-month-a-celebration-of-island-culture-history  

Chamorro people __ "...are the indigenous people of the Mariana Islands, which include the American territory of Guam and the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Micronesia."  an encyclopedic article with links to additional resources. - illustrated - from wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamorro_people

Chamorro phrasebook __ An overview of the Chamorro language and a phrase book. - From wikitravel.org - http://wikitravel.org/en/Chamorro_phrasebook

The Chamorro people of Guam __ Here is an overview of the colonial history and culture of the Chamarro people of Guam. - From apa.org - http://www.apa.org/pi/oema/resources/communique/2010/08/chamorro-people.aspx

Chamorros Rediscover Ancient Culture Through Canoe-building __ Photos and a brief article. - illustrated - From theguamguide.com - http://theguamguide.com/chamorros-rediscover-ancient-culture-through-canoe-building 

Chamorros in the United States __ State by state census figures for Chamorros in the United States. - From spc.int - http://www.spc.int/prism/country/gu/stats/Census/chamorros_in_us.htm

CNMI: Tanapag -- Footprints: Funerals __ A modern funeral contains a lot of Chamorro tradition. - illustrated - From pacificworlds.com - http://www.pacificworlds.com/cnmi/stories/story5.cfm 

CNMI: Tanapag -- Footprints: Weddings __ A modern wedding contains a lot of Chamorro tradition. - illustrated - From pacificworlds.com - http://www.pacificworlds.com/cnmi/stories/story4.cfm

Department of Chamorro Affairs - Guam __ Official government agency for Chamorro affairs on Guam - From Government of Guam - http://www.dca.guam.gov/

Documenting the Endangered Chamorro Culture __ "... photo-essay book that documents one of the world’s
oldest and most unique cultures before a massive U.S. military buildup takes place on its homeland, Guam." - illustrated - From bu.edu - http://www.bu.edu/thurman/files/2011/12/CGC-Guam-project-description.pdf


 
Guam Peskadot Sea Warriors __ "Peskadot" is a Chamoru linguistic term which translates to 'He who stalks and hunts the sacred resources of the Pacific Peoples''. Learn more. - illustrated - From peskadot.web - http://peskadot.web.gu/ 

Lesson Plans __ A collection of lesson plans about the Chamorro for all grade levels. - From guampedia.com - http://guampedia.com/category/educational-lesson-plans/chamorro/

Marianas Expedition : History : the Chamorro __ "Archaeological records indicate that people first inhabited these rugged volcanic mountaintops as early as 2,000 B.C. Those first settlers came from Southeast Asia; the language they spoke and customs they kept bears similarities to those of their contemporaries in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines." - illustrated - From Scripps Institute of Oceanography - http://www.sio.ucsd.edu/marianas/history/chamorro.cfm

Resources on the Chamorro __ You will find linked resources. - From mongabay.com - http://www.mongabay.com/indigenous_ethnicities/pacific/Chamorro.html   

Sindalun Chamorro __ You will find stories, poems, recipes, and culture of Chamorros - From Unknown - http://members.tripod.com/~estambe/

Tao Tao Tano ” People of the Land” Guam Culture in Dance __ You will find an article, many photos and videos about Chamorro dance, especially in guam. - illustrated - From tasithoughts.com - http://tasithoughts.com/2008/10/13/tao-tao-tano-people-of-the-land-guam-culture-in-dance/ 


 

 

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