What is Guam?

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Guam is an unincorporated organized territory of the US. The indigenous people are called Chamorros. The main languages are Chamorro and English. The people are US citizens.
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Where is Guam at?

Guam is in the western Pacific at 13 degrees north latitude and 144 degrees east longitude. It is the westernmost territory of the US. Guam is about 1,500 miles east of Man

Where is Guam?

Guam is an island in the Western Pacific Ocean. Latitude/Longitude 13º 30n, 144º 48E. Guam lies between 13.2°N and 13.7°N and between 144.6°E and 145.0°E, an

What is Guam now?

Guam is and has always been an island in the Pacific Ocean. Guam (i/ˈɡwɑːm/ or /ˈɡwɒm/; Chamorro: Guåhån [ˈɡʷɑhɑn]; formally theTerri

What is Guam to the US?

Guam is an island in the western Pacific Ocean and is an organized, unincorporated territory of the United States

What is Guam part of?

Well if you mean what country is Guam a part of, it is a U.S. territory, like Puerto Rico.

Is Guam in Hawaii?

No, Guam was excluded in 1959 by redrawing Hawaii's borders.

Why are there no birds in Guam?

there are birds on Guam, but most of the native birds were killed by the brown tree snake that the US accidentally introduced. The snakes stowed away in ships' cargo brought i

What is the motto of Guam?

Guam's motto is "Where America's Day Begins" This motto was "invented" as part of a promotional campaign for tourists.

What was Guam used for?

mostly as a port for traders, and whalers. it later was used a miltary outpost and garrison. now it is a strategic location for America in the pacific.
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Why does the US have Guam?

Because they won it as a spoils of war in 1898. as part of the Treaty of Paris the US got Guam, Philippines and Puerto Rico and paid then-$20 million for the new possessions.