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"In spite of all things American forbidden, small American flags, some sewn from cloth scraps dyed with berrry juice and hidden under floorboards or in a tree stump or even carried tucked into a dress hem, were revered as symbols of freedom for which the Chamorro was willing to risk his life."






"By the time the American liberation began the Chamorros were tired and cruelly beaten down, but their spirits were alive with the unshakable faith that Uncle Sam was on his way back to recapture Guam."

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