Guam (Geographic Keyword)

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Commander in Chief, U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Archaeological Collections Management Program: A Regional Approach (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kristen L. Marino. Karolyn K. Kinsey.

Between the spring of 1998 and the winter of 2000 personnel from the U.S. Army Engineer District, St. Louis conducted curation needs assessments and identified potential curation partners for U.S. Navy, Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet facilities in six Navy regions: Naval Forces, Japan; Naval Forces, Korea; Naval Forces, Marianas (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam); Navy Region, Hawaii; Navy Region, Northwest (Washington); and Navy Region, Southwest (California)....


A complete history of Guam (1964)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul. Carano. Pedro C. Sanchez.

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Guide to Magnificent Micronesia
DOCUMENT Citation Only Continental Air.

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Nahlikend En Leng (1994)
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PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS AT ASAN, GUAM (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings.

Sixteen phytolith samples were selected for analysis from the Asan Residential Phase and Asan Commercial Phase excavations. Sediments from layers were examined from both areas and features were examined from the Asan Commercial Phase excavations. These coastal areas are located at the edge of Asan. Phytolith analysis was undertaken to provide information concerning past vegetation, land use, and use of features.


POLLEN ANALYSIS OF FEATURES FROM FOUR SITES ON GUAM (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings.

Pollen analysis was undertaken on five samples from four archaeological sites in the Naval Activities Ordinance Annex. Several rivers run through this hilly area, and the sites examined for pollen evidence are associated with the Maemong and Bonya Rivers. Pollen analysis examined four sites to obtain information concerning prehistoric vegetation at the time of occupation. All four sites exhibit at least some evidence of prehistoric occupation that ranges in time from late Transitional...


POLLEN AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS FROM AGAT AND AGANA SWAMPS, GUAM AND AN EARTH-OVEN AT TUMON, GUAM (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings. PaleoResearch Institute.

Three pollen and two phytolith samples were selected for analysis from Agat and Agana swamps on Guam. Identification of local vegetation and evidence of cultivation was sought from these data bases. In addition, single pollen and phytolith samples were collected for analysis from an earth-oven deposit in Tumon, Guam. Identification of the use of the oven, which contained burned coral chunks and prehistoric pottery, was sought through various analyses.


Submerged Cultural Resources Assessment (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Toni Carrell.

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US Army National Guard Cultural Resources Planning Level Survey - Summary Report (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lara S. Anderson. Kristen L. Langness. Jennifer L. Riordan. Kenneth L. Shingleton, Jr.. Barbara C. Smoyer. Cathy A. Van Arsdale. Janet L. Wilzbach.

In 1997, the National Guard Bureau (NGB) tasked the U.S. Army Engineer District, St. Louis, with assisting the Army National Guard (ARNG) in complying with the cultural resource requirements outlined in Army Regulation 200-4 and Department of Defense Instruction 4715.3. The St. Louis District was asked to develop a national project minimally to address three objectives of the NGB cultural resources program: (1) national Planning Level Surveys (PLS) for all ARNG federally owned or supported...


World War II Remnants, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands: a Guide and History (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David Lotz.

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