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The People of Guam
Ethnicity: Chamorro, Filipino, Pacific Islander, white, Asian, mixed
Languages: English, Chamorro, Philippine languages, Pacific island languages, and Asian languages languages
Religions: Roman Catholic
Population: 161,785 (2015 census) ()
Median Age: total: 30.1 years (2015 est.)
Female: 30.7 years (2015 est.)
Male: 29.6 years (2015 est.)
Literacy Rate: 99.8%
Female: 99.8%
Male: 99.8%
Legal drinking age: 21
People of:


The culture of Guam reflects traditional Chamorro customs in a combination of indigenous pre-Hispanic forms, as well as American, Filipino, Spanish and ...


Guam's history has been rich with church culture since the 17th century. Learn more about Episcopal, Bahai'I, Lutheran, Nazarene, and more churches here.


Guam, the largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands chain, has a unique and complex cultural history. Located in the Western Pacific in the geographic ...


Orientation. Identification. Guam is the southernmost island in the Mariana Islands chain. The Chamorro people and their language are indigenous throughout ...


Quick facts. Official Name: Territory of Guam Indigenous Peoples: Chamorros Official Languages: Chamorro and English Political Status: Unincorporated ...


A short history of the American Pacific Island Territry of Guam. The history, people and culture of Guam.


Feb 28, 2017 ... Guam may be best known for white sand beaches and luxury ... If you're a culture vulture, follow our guide for the best way to immerse yourself ...

Jan 13, 2014 ... Exploring Guam's Chamorro History and Culture The tropical island of Guam, located in the Western Pacific Ocean, is "where America's day ...


Jul 11, 2016 ... Understanding Chamorro & Micronesian Culture on Guam. Though most of us speak English, drink Coca-Cola and get ample amounts of ...