• The island of Guam, Guahan in native Chamorro, is a truely cosmopolitan community that reflects the cultures of its original Chamorro inhabitants as early as 2,000 B.C., influenced by countless European, American, Asian, Micronesian, and other people who have occupied, visited and immigrated to Guam since the 16th Century.

Where America's Day begins!  Whether you're looking for: Information, Reviews, Crime , Housing, Climate, Pets, Medical, Recipes, Jobs, Nightlife, People, Schools, What to do in Guam? etc... USA Guam will point you in the right direction to make sure your travel to Guam is unbias in its information.

  • Guam’s history is shaped by more than three centuries under Spanish, U.S. and Japanese control. The Spanish lay claim to the island, but the island was ceded to the United States in 1898 under the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Spanish-American War. In 1941 the Japanese invaded and occupied the island until U.S. forces retook it three years later toward the end of World War II. All these influences have contributed to the diverse and colorful culture found here.

  • The military installation on the island is one of the most strategically important US bases in the Pacific.



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