Ancient Chamorro Society
A comprehensive ethnohistory of the earliest settlers of the Mariana Islands. Line drawings, maps, glossary, bibliography, and index included. A popular textbook used in schools on Guam and in the CNMI.
by Lawrence J. Cunningham
“What struck me immediately about the author’s arrangement was its user-friendly approach: Each chapter is a high school educator’s delight, complete with emboldened words, concise definitions, excellent illustrations, and lucid yet debatable arguments for the culturally uninitiated.
The use of the Chamorro language is extensive, lending an appropriate sense of authenticity and sensitivity to an often controversial subject.”