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  • Bisita Guam - Information from the perspective of a native Chamorro who reflects on events and circumstances that have markedly affected his people culturally, linguistically, and religiously.
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  • Chamorro Land - A site devoted to preserving and sharing the culture of the Chamorro people of the Marianas Islands.
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  • The Chamorro WebRing - The ring links together sites with a Chamorro theme: culture, history, background, or location, to showcase a little bit of everything Chamorro on the web.
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  • Ethnologue - Languages of Guam - Information about the living languages of the country including population, region, classification, dialects and alternate names.
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  • Global List of Women's Organizations - Guam - Provides contact information for groups of women helping others.
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  • Guam Communications Network - Nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Guam's culture.
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  • Legends of Guam - An illustrated collection of Guam's myths and legends.
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  • Society for Human Resource Management - Guam - Information about the Society, a newsletter, business tips, a calendar of meetings and events, membership information.
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  • A Tragedy Told in Names - An article about how 18th Century names reflect the events affecting the lives of the people of Guam.
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  • Two Lovers Point - Information on the park and the Legend of The Two Lovers Point
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