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Territory of Guam


Independent Baptist Friends

GUAM Territory of Guam

Capital Hagåtña
Largest City Tamuning
Land Area 210 mi2


  • Total 180,000
  • Density 857.0 people/mi2
  • Growth 1.37% per year
  • Children 27.77%
  • Adult 65.18%
  • Elderly 7.048%

* Statistics by Wolfram|Alpha. "Christianity" is used in the statistical sense and includes Catholics, Protestants, and true Christians.

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Guam is an organized, unincorporated territory of the United States located in the western Pacific Ocean. It is one of five U.S. territories with an established civilian government. The island's capital is Hagatna (formerly Agana). Guam is the largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands.

The Chamorros, Guam's indigenous people, first populated the island approximately 4,000 years ago. The island has a long history of European colonialism. First discovered by Europeans by Ferdinand Magellan on March 6, 1521, the first colony was established in 1668 by Spain with the arrival of settlers including Padre San Vitores, a Catholic missionary. The island was controlled by Spain until 1898, when it was surrendered to the United States as part of the Treaty of Paris following the Spanish-American War.

As the largest island in Micronesia and the only U.S.-held island in the region before World War II, Guam was captured by the Japanese on December 8, 1941, hours after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and was occupied for two and a half years.

During the occupation, the people of Guam were subjected to acts of torture, and were forced to adopt the Japanese culture. Guam was subject to fierce fighting when US troops recaptured the island on July 21, 1944, a date commemorated every year as Liberation Day.

Today, Guam's economy is supported by its principal industry, tourism, which is composed primarily of visitors from Japan. Guam's second-largest source of income is the United States military.

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Displaying 1-6 of 6 listings in Guam


Anderson Air Force Base

U.S. Air Force Base
Yigo, Guam 96929
(671) 366-3243


Family Baptist Church

P.O. Box 20071
Barrigada, Guam 96921
(671) 632-4929


Freedom Baptist Church

Leo C. Osborne
# 21 Dasco Ct
Yigo, Guam 96929
(671) 653-0116


Harvest Baptist Church

Marty Herron
P.O. Box 23189
Barrigada, Guam 96921
(671) 477-6341


Island Baptist Church

Daniel A. Rothwell
P.O. Box 26515
Barrigada, Guam
(671) 734-7228


Lighthouse Independent Baptist Ch...

Elwood Hurst
Erskin Dr. Rt-2 Pobx 7015
Agat, Guam
(671) 565-2131