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1920 Census Population of Guam - Transcribed

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Book has been completed, awaiting printing and now accepting pre-orders for the printed copy or you can order the E-Book (PDF format) edition.....here's a sneak peak...Click on a sample image below...

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 February 2012 04:10  

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In order for this project to continue to grow, I have implemented a nominal $5/month subcription fee to access the Chamorro Roots Genealogy Project database. This fee can be paid through the Tendan Hale' Chamoru link. For newly Registered Users, there will be a one-time 3-day trial subscription granted automatically with new registrations. This trial offer is also to allow newly registered users the opportunity to experience the difference between the 'Demo Database' and the live database. Once the 3-day trial period has expired you will only have access to the Demo Database that has very limited features.

You must be a Registered User of this site take advantage of the trial offer and you must be a Registered User to access the demo database. The menu option to access the database will become accessible once you have completed the Chamorro Roots Genealogy Project Registration process.  And by the way...registration to this site is free

The Demo Database has very limited features and few links availalble, while the live database will have all the normal features available and names transcribed from census documents and other sources. 

I highly recommend taking advantage of and subscribing to the 'Chamorro Roots Library' subcription option, since its for one-year access and includes viewing the digital files available on this site for $60/year.  However, this fee is not prorated like the monthly subscription that is also only limited to accessing the database and not the digital archives.  I believe these subscription fees are nominal and quite reasonable compared to the other commercially available genealogy sites.

I appreciate your understanding and support to this upcoming change.  If you have any question please feel free to contact me.

Si Yu'os Ma'ase,

si Bernard Punzalan