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  1. The Chamorro people ( / tʃɑːˈmɔːroʊ, tʃə -/; [4] [5] also CHamoru) are the indigenous people of the Mariana Islands, politically divided between the United States territories of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Micronesia.

    • 59,381 (2010 census)
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  2. El pueblo chamorro o chamorros son los nativos de las Islas Marianas, que incluyen el territorio de Guam y el estado libre asociado estadounidense de las Islas Marianas del Norte en Micronesia. También se extienden por zonas de las Islas Carolinas.

  3. Chamorro people Mark Chargualaf Hope A. Cristobal Benjamin Cruz Michael Cruz Jason Cunliffe D Miguel S. Demapan Herminia D. Dierking Joe Duarte Ping Duenas F Alfred Flores Joseph Flores (Guamanian politician) G Delfina Tuncap Guerrero Manuel Flores Leon Guerrero Peter Gumataotao Carl Gutierrez Franklin J. Gutierrez H Victor Hocog Heinz Hofschneider

  4. › wiki › ChamorroChamorro - Wikipedia

    Chamorro (family), a political family of Nicaragua Diego Manuel Chamorro (1861–1923) Edgar Chamorro (born 1931) Emiliano Chamorro Vargas (1871–1966) Fernando Chamorro Alfaro (1824–1863) Fernando "El Negro" Chamorro (1933–1994) Fruto Chamorro (1804–1855) Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro (1818–1890) Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal (1924–1978)

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    Chamorros → Chamoru – Although the name "Chamorro" is more widely known elsewhere in the world, "Chamoru" is more aboriginal and therefore the "Chamoru" page would be a more appropriate location for the ethnic group's article. "Chamorros" should redirect to "Chamoru" (without an "s" since that is superfluous for the purpose of referring to the Cham...

    Shoudl there be such a list created? Are there sufficient number of individuals to populate such a list? Would such a list include Captain Gumataotao, who has been nominated for promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral (lower half), the first Chamorran to be done so?123 --RightCowLeftCoast (talk) 08:57, 29 August 2009 (UTC)[reply] There are a lot of n...

    they seem to be wearing european style skirts and blouses instead of grass skirts or being naked. i don't know what they wore before the europeans came. anybody? thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 06:08, 12 June 2011 (UTC)[reply]

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    Wow, those are really poorly reasoned responses to an official name change. The wiki bows to official name changes by the relevant authority, e.g. Denali, even when a significant part of the affected population hates it, e.g. Myanmar. Or see Hagåtña for a geographically closer example. Using an Ngram search going back to 1800 that doesn't register results after 2019 for a name change that happened in 2017 as proof of the most used term is particularly FUDdy. And, again, the most used term doe...

    Currently the article title uses "Chamorro", but the text seems to prefer "CHamoru". This is poor formatting. Given the results of the prior move discussion, I fail to see why the article text is the way it is. --User:Khajidha (talk) (contributions) 01:33, 6 February 2022 (UTC)[reply] 1. Nevermind. This seems to have been changed against consensus ...

    Hey All, As I’ve read through this article I’ve found some things I wanted to bring to attention. With regard to the diaspora section;The early Chamorros that migrated to the US were Guamanians who moved to the US in the first decade of the 20th century. In the following decades small groups of Guamanians emigrated to Hawaii and the Western of the ...

    This article is currently the subject of a Wiki Education Foundation-supported course assignment, between 14 February 2022 and 8 April 2022. Further details are available on the course page. Student editor(s): Annaaguo.

  5. Pueblo Chamorro - Chamorro people De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Los chamorros ( / tʃ ɑː m ɔr oʊ , tʃ ə - / ; también chamoru ) son los indígenas de las Islas Marianas , políticamente dividido entre los territorios de Estados Unidos de Guam y el Commonwealth de las Islas Marianas del Norte en Micronesia .

  6. The Chamorro Nation (Chamorro: Nasion Chamoru) [1] is a political movement seeking sovereignty for the island of Guam, founded by Angel Leon Guerrero Santos. [2] The Chamorro Nation was formed on July 21, 1991, [3] comprising numerous grassroots organizations which advocated for the protection of Chamorro land, culture, and political rights. [1]