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Archaeologists Present Findings of Chamorros Migration

Archaeologists say they have found evidence indicating that Guam's ancient Chamorros came from two waves of migration.   Archaeologist Judy Amesbury presented findings from the Naton Beach excavation on Tuesday to the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay. The excavation took place nearly a decade ago, but the report is just now being released, the Pacific Daily News reported.    At the Naton Beach site, archaeologists found more than 400 burials from the Pre-Latte Period and Latte...

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