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The Guam Genealogist

The Guam Genealogist

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By: Jillette Torre Leon-Guerrero

Price: $17.50 at the Guampedia office, $25.00 to ship. For international orders, please contact us.

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Description

The only periodical of its kind catering to the Mariana Islands offering insight, tools and references for those interested in, or conducting genealogical of family history research on ancestors from GUAM and the CNMI, by Guamology.

This premier issue provides information on: 

* The value of knowing your family history
* The difference between genealogy and family history 
* Oral history
* Surnames and Naming Traditions
* The early Leon-Guerrero's of the Marianas 
* DNA and Genetic Genealogy 
* Sources and Information and Spanish Historical Records
* TGG is not just a periodical but a resource that can be used time and time again- it contains tips and information as well as reports on research conducted on families from GUAM and the CNMI.  

We plan to feature research on a specific family with each issue.

Product Details

Genre: Education-History

Binding: Paperback - 32 pages

Publisher: Guamology Publishing 

Publication Date: November 2017

ISBN: 978-0-9968219-4-0

Dimensions (w x h x d): 8.75" x 11" x.0625" 

About the Author

Jillette Leon-Guerrero has a BA in Anthropology from the University of Guam, an MA in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma and a certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University. She is the President of Guamology Inc., a Guam based publishing company. 

Leon Guerrero has a passion for historical research especially as it relates to Guam. She is an active genealogist currently working toward her professional board certification. She is especially interested in trying to find a link between families of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. She has done professional genealogical research for Ancestry.com's research arm. She has also contracted with individual the early Spanish colonial period in Guam and possible descendants in modern day families and legal offices to carry out genealogical research.