National Register of Historic Places listings in Guam

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This is a list of the buildings, sites, districts, and objects listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Guam. There are currently 134 listed sites spread across 17 of the 19 villages of Guam. The villages of Agana Heights and Mongmong-Toto-Maite do not have any listings.

Listed historic sites include Spanish colonial ruins, a few surviving pre-World War II ifil houses, Japanese fortifications, two massacre sites, and a historic district. Two other locations that were previously listed have been removed from the Register.

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          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 20, 2022.[1]

Numbers of listings[edit]

District # of Sites
1 Agana Heights 0
2 Asan-Maina 5
3 Barrigada 2
4 Chalan Pago-Ordot 2
5 Dededo 6
6 Hågat 7
7 Hagåtña 14
8 Humåtak 14
9 Inalåhan 11
10 Malesso 8
11 Mangilao 2
12 Mongmong-Toto-Maite 0
13 Piti 5
14 Sånta Rita-Sumai 9
15 Sinajana 1
16 Talo'fo'fo 10
17 Tamuning 25
18 Yigo 8
19 Yona 6
(duplicates) (1)[2]
Total: 134

Agana Heights[edit]

There are no properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Agana Heights.

Asan-Maina[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Asan Invasion Beach
Asan Invasion Beach
February 14, 1979
(#79002617)
North edge of Asan
13°28′22″N 144°42′46″E / 13.472778°N 144.712778°E / 13.472778; 144.712778 (Asan Invasion Beach)
Asan-Maina
2 Asan Ridge Battle Area July 18, 1975
(#75001916)
Between Asan and Nimitz Hill
13°28′06″N 144°42′55″E / 13.468333°N 144.715278°E / 13.468333; 144.715278 (Asan Ridge Battle Area)
Asan-Maina
3 Fonte River Dam
Fonte River Dam
February 25, 2014
(#14000035)
Fonte River, immediately southwest of Nimitz Hill Overlook Park
13°27′31″N 144°43′43″E / 13.458630°N 144.728578°E / 13.458630; 144.728578 (Fonte River Dam)
Asan-Maina
4 Matgue River Valley Battle Area April 3, 1975
(#75001917)
0.6 miles (0.97 km) southwest of Asan of Marine Drive
13°27′54″N 144°42′17″E / 13.465°N 144.704722°E / 13.465; 144.704722 (Matgue River Valley Battle Area)
Asan-Maina
5 Memorial Beach Park August 7, 1974
(#74002039)
Guam Highway 1
13°28′24″N 144°42′52″E / 13.473333°N 144.714444°E / 13.473333; 144.714444 (Memorial Beach Park)
Asan-Maina

Barrigada[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Canada Water Wells September 26, 2008
(#08000165)
Near junction of Canada-Toto Road and Canada-Toto Loop Road
13°27′42″N 144°47′04″E / 13.461667°N 144.784444°E / 13.461667; 144.784444 (Canada Water Wells)
Barrigada
2 Guzman Water Catchment November 14, 1994
(#94001312)
0.25 miles (0.40 km) south of Guam Highway 8 and 0.25 miles (0.40 km) east of Guam Highway 10
13°28′02″N 144°48′22″E / 13.467361°N 144.806111°E / 13.467361; 144.806111 (Guzman Water Catchment)
Barrigada

Chalan Pago-Ordot[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Pagu' Pillbox I March 4, 1991
(#88001878)
Shore of Pago Bay
13°25′18″N 144°46′55″E / 13.421667°N 144.782083°E / 13.421667; 144.782083 (Pagu' Pillbox I)
Chalan Pago-Ordot
2 Pagu' Pillbox II March 4, 1991
(#88001879)
Shore of Pago Bay
13°24′59″N 144°46′56″E / 13.41625°N 144.782361°E / 13.41625; 144.782361 (Pagu' Pillbox II)
Chalan Pago-Ordot

Dededo[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Haputo Beach Site
Haputo Beach Site
November 20, 1974
(#74002308)
Address restricted[5]
Dededo
2 South Finegayan Latte Stone Park
South Finegayan Latte Stone Park
September 5, 1975
(#75002150)
74 Golden Shower Lane
13°33′08″N 144°49′34″E / 13.552222°N 144.82625°E / 13.552222; 144.82625 (South Finegayan Latte Stone Park)
Dededo
3 Talagi Pictograph Cave
Talagi Pictograph Cave
March 24, 2004
(#04001240)
Andersen Air Force Base
Address Restricted

Dededo and Yigo
4 Tumon-Maui Well March 4, 2016
(#14000893)
Junction of Marine Corps Drive and Tumon Lane
13°30′35″N 144°48′34″E / 13.509823°N 144.809508°E / 13.509823; 144.809508 (Tumon-Maui Well)
Dededo
5 Uruno Beach Site December 27, 1974
(#74002306)
Address restricted[5]
Dededo
6 Uruno Site December 27, 1974
(#74002307)
Address restricted[5]
Dededo

Hågat[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Agat Invasion Beach
Agat Invasion Beach
March 4, 1975
(#75001913)
Coastline northwest of Agat from Toocha Beach south to Bangi
13°23′07″N 144°39′18″E / 13.385278°N 144.655°E / 13.385278; 144.655 (Agat Invasion Beach)
Hågat
2 Agat World War II Amtrac
Agat World War II Amtrac
December 13, 2011
(#11000880)
Address restricted[5]
Hågat Sunken landing vehicle off Agat Beach.
3 Cable Station Ruins
Cable Station Ruins
September 6, 1979
(#79003742)
6 miles (9.7 km) north of Agat
13°26′17″N 144°38′57″E / 13.438056°N 144.649167°E / 13.438056; 144.649167 (Cable Station Ruins)
Hågat
4 Hill 40 March 4, 1975
(#75001910)
0.2 miles (0.32 km) southwest of Hågat off Guam Highway 2
13°22′37″N 144°39′16″E / 13.376944°N 144.654306°E / 13.376944; 144.654306 (Hill 40)
Hågat
5 Taelayag Spanish Bridge October 10, 1974
(#74002304)
West of Guam Highway 2
13°21′16″N 144°38′45″E / 13.354444°N 144.645833°E / 13.354444; 144.645833 (Taelayag Spanish Bridge)
Hågat
6 Taleyfac Spanish Bridge
Taleyfac Spanish Bridge
September 10, 1974
(#74002305)
Off Guam Highway 2
13°21′48″N 144°38′58″E / 13.363333°N 144.649444°E / 13.363333; 144.649444 (Taleyfac Spanish Bridge)
Hågat
7 Umang Dam February 6, 2009
(#08001408)
South side of Finile Road
13°22′38″N 144°39′27″E / 13.377222°N 144.6575°E / 13.377222; 144.6575 (Umang Dam)
Hågat

Hagåtña[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Agana Historic District February 8, 1985
(#85000495)
Roughly bounded by South 2nd, South 3rd, and West 9th, Santa Cruz and Legaspi Streets
13°28′27″N 144°45′52″E / 13.474167°N 144.764306°E / 13.474167; 144.764306 (Agana Historic District)
Hagåtña
2 Agana Spanish Bridge
Agana Spanish Bridge
September 6, 1974
(#74002300)
Aspenall Street and Guam Highway 1
13°28′36″N 144°45′01″E / 13.476667°N 144.750278°E / 13.476667; 144.750278 (Agana Spanish Bridge)
Hagåtña Historic Spanish colonial bridge
3 Agana-Hagatna Pillbox
Agana-Hagatna Pillbox
March 4, 1991
(#88001880)
West shore of Paseo de Susana
13°28′41″N 144°45′58″E / 13.478056°N 144.766111°E / 13.478056; 144.766111 (Agana-Hagatna Pillbox)
Hagåtña
4 Agana/Hagatna Cliffline Fortifications March 4, 1991
(#88001877)
Address restricted[5]
Hagåtña
5 Ayulang Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001889)
Address restricted[5]
Hagåtña
6 Fort Santa Agueda
Fort Santa Agueda
August 30, 1974
(#74002301)
Guam Highway 7
13°28′25″N 144°44′52″E / 13.473611°N 144.747778°E / 13.473611; 144.747778 (Fort Santa Agueda)
Hagåtña
7 Guam Congress Building February 1, 2007
(#06001320)
Chalan Santo Papa
13°28′30″N 144°45′08″E / 13.475106°N 144.752358°E / 13.475106; 144.752358 (Guam Congress Building)
Hagåtña
8 Guam Institute October 6, 1977
(#77001568)
Off Guam Highway 1
13°28′26″N 144°44′44″E / 13.473889°N 144.745556°E / 13.473889; 144.745556 (Guam Institute)
Hagåtña
9 Mesa House February 8, 1985
(#85000408)
Maxwell Street
13°28′09″N 144°45′07″E / 13.469167°N 144.751806°E / 13.469167; 144.751806 (Mesa House)
Hagåtña Historic ifil-constructed house
10 Plaza de Espana
Plaza de Espana
May 1, 1974
(#74002302)
Saylor Street
13°28′26″N 144°45′06″E / 13.473889°N 144.751667°E / 13.473889; 144.751667 (Plaza de Espana)
Hagåtña
11 Spanish Dikes November 19, 1974
(#74002303)
Northeast of Agana Springs
13°27′48″N 144°45′57″E / 13.463333°N 144.765833°E / 13.463333; 144.765833 (Spanish Dikes)
Hagåtña
12 Toves House February 8, 1985
(#85000410)
Marine Drive
13°34′55″N 144°51′38″E / 13.581944°N 144.860417°E / 13.581944; 144.860417 (Toves House)
Hagåtña
13 U.S. Naval Cemetery December 1, 2015
(#15000846)
Marine Corps Drive
13°28′39″N 144°45′28″E / 13.477398°N 144.757768°E / 13.477398; 144.757768 (U.S. Naval Cemetery)
Hagåtña
14 War in the Pacific National Historical Park
War in the Pacific National Historical Park
August 18, 1978
(#78003198)
Marine Drive
13°23′12″N 144°39′28″E / 13.386667°N 144.657639°E / 13.386667; 144.657639 (War in the Pacific National Historical Park)
Hagåtña

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Description
1 Guam Legislative Building Site January 23, 2003
(#02001722)
December 30, 2004 163 Chalan Santo Papa Juan Pablo Dos
Hagåtña
2 Ungacta House February 8, 1985
(#85000409)
December 31, 2004 334 Hernan Cortez
Hagåtña

Humåtak[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Achugao Bay Site August 19, 1985
(#75001912)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak
2 Agaga
Agaga
June 11, 1975
(#75002155)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak
3 Cetti Bay
Cetti Bay
November 21, 1974
(#74002036)
1.1 miles (1.8 km) north-northwest of Humåtak
13°18′52″N 144°39′16″E / 13.314444°N 144.654306°E / 13.314444; 144.654306 (Cetti Bay)
Humåtak Archaeological site of a village, extending along most of the bay, also known as Jati and as Ati.
4 Creto Site
Creto Site
November 7, 1978
(#78003414)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak
5 Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad
Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad
October 18, 1974
(#74002042)
South of Umatac of Guam Highway 40
13°17′42″N 144°39′36″E / 13.295°N 144.66°E / 13.295; 144.66 (Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad)
Humåtak
6 Fort San Jose May 1, 1974
(#74002041)
Northwest of Humåtak on Guam Highway 2
13°18′02″N 144°39′31″E / 13.300694°N 144.658611°E / 13.300694; 144.658611 (Fort San Jose)
Humåtak
7 Fort Santo Angel August 10, 1974
(#74002043)
Northwest corner of Umatac Bay
13°17′56″N 144°39′39″E / 13.298889°N 144.660833°E / 13.298889; 144.660833 (Fort Santo Angel)
Humåtak
8 Fouha Bay
Fouha Bay
November 21, 1974
(#74002040)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak
9 Machagden Point
Machagden Point
November 7, 1978
(#78003415)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak
10 San Dionisio Church Ruins
San Dionisio Church Ruins
August 30, 1974
(#74002037)
Guam Highway 2
13°17′57″N 144°39′47″E / 13.299167°N 144.663056°E / 13.299167; 144.663056 (San Dionisio Church Ruins)
Humåtak
11 Francisco Q. Sanchez Elementary School June 12, 1998
(#98000678)
Guam Highway 2
13°17′57″N 144°39′49″E / 13.2991°N 144.6635°E / 13.2991; 144.6635 (Francisco Q. Sanchez Elementary School)
Humåtak
12 Sella Bay Site
Sella Bay Site
November 8, 1974
(#74002038)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak
13 Umatac Outdoor Library November 12, 1999
(#99001301)
Guam Highway 4
13°17′59″N 144°39′38″E / 13.299722°N 144.660556°E / 13.299722; 144.660556 (Umatac Outdoor Library)
Humåtak
14 Umatac-Umatak Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001881)
Address restricted[5]
Humåtak

Inalåhan[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Aga Tongan Archaeological Site
Aga Tongan Archaeological Site
September 26, 2008
(#08000941)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
2 Gadao's Cave
Gadao's Cave
November 19, 1974
(#74002309)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
3 Inarajan Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001890)
Guam Highway 4
13°16′23″N 144°44′53″E / 13.273056°N 144.748194°E / 13.273056; 144.748194 (Inarajan Pillbox)
Inalåhan
4 Inarajan Ridge December 4, 1974
(#74002310)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
5 Inarajan Village
Inarajan Village
November 7, 1977
(#77001569)
Guam Highway 4
13°16′19″N 144°44′47″E / 13.272083°N 144.746389°E / 13.272083; 144.746389 (Inarajan Village)
Inalåhan
6 Malolos Site
Malolos Site
April 8, 1980
(#80004242)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
7 Nomna Bay Site
Nomna Bay Site
December 27, 1974
(#74002311)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
8 North Inarajan Site
North Inarajan Site
February 21, 1975
(#75002151)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
9 Paulino Outdoor Oven December 3, 2010
(#10000971)
Agfayan Point, south side of Bear Rock Lane[6]
13°15′59″N 144°44′24″E / 13.2664°N 144.74°E / 13.2664; 144.74 (Paulino Outdoor Oven)
Inalåhan
10 Talofofo River Valley Site
Talofofo River Valley Site
December 27, 1974
(#74002312)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan
11 West Atate December 4, 1974
(#74002313)
Address restricted[5]
Inalåhan

Malesso[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Asmaile Point November 7, 1978
(#78003413)
Address restricted[5]
Malesso
2 Merlyn G. Cook School
Merlyn G. Cook School
November 29, 1979
(#79003743)
Guam Highway 4
13°16′07″N 144°39′51″E / 13.268684°N 144.664288°E / 13.268684; 144.664288 (Merlyn G. Cook School)
Malesso
3 Faha Massacre Site August 27, 1991
(#91001091)
Off Guam Highway 4, south of Pigua Road
13°16′18″N 144°39′49″E / 13.271667°N 144.663611°E / 13.271667; 144.663611 (Faha Massacre Site)
Malesso
4 Malesso Japanese Rice Mill November 28, 2012
(#12000973)
Jesus Barcinas Rd.
13°15′50″N 144°40′16″E / 13.2639°N 144.6712°E / 13.2639; 144.6712 (Malesso Japanese Rice Mill)
Malesso
5 Malessu' Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001872)
Talona Beach on Cocos Lagoon
13°15′39″N 144°40′28″E / 13.260972°N 144.674444°E / 13.260972; 144.674444 (Malessu' Pillbox)
Malesso
6 Merizo Bell Tower May 29, 1975
(#75002152)
Guam Highway 4
13°15′57″N 144°40′05″E / 13.265833°N 144.668194°E / 13.265833; 144.668194 (Merizo Bell Tower)
Malesso
7 Merizo Conbento
Merizo Conbento
September 17, 1974
(#74002315)
Guam Highway 4
13°15′57″N 144°40′06″E / 13.265833°N 144.668333°E / 13.265833; 144.668333 (Merizo Conbento)
Malesso
8 Tinta Massacre Site November 26, 1991
(#91001720)
Espinosa Avenue
13°15′49″N 144°40′40″E / 13.263611°N 144.677778°E / 13.263611; 144.677778 (Tinta Massacre Site)
Malesso

Mangilao[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Mochom
Mochom
December 4, 1974
(#74002314)
Address restricted[5]
Mangilao
2 Taogam Archeological Settlement
Taogam Archeological Settlement
April 15, 1980
(#80004243)
Address restricted[5]
Mangilao

Mongmong-Toto-Maite[edit]

There are no properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Mongmong-Toto-Maite.

Piti[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Atantano Shrine
Atantano Shrine
November 21, 1995
(#95001367)
300 feet (91 m) southeast of Guam Highway 1 (Marine Drive), north of junction with Guam Highway 2A
13°25′20″N 144°40′34″E / 13.422361°N 144.676111°E / 13.422361; 144.676111 (Atantano Shrine)
Piti
2 Piti Coastal Defense Guns
Piti Coastal Defense Guns
June 18, 1975
(#75001909)
East of junction of Guam Highway 1 and 11
13°27′38″N 144°41′31″E / 13.460556°N 144.692083°E / 13.460556; 144.692083 (Piti Coastal Defense Guns)
Piti
3 Quan Outdoor Oven December 3, 2010
(#10000970)
North side, J.C. Santos St. at J.C. Tuncap St.[7]
13°27′50″N 144°41′36″E / 13.4639°N 144.6933°E / 13.4639; 144.6933 (Quan Outdoor Oven)
Piti
4 SMS Cormoran
SMS Cormoran
April 4, 1975
(#75002156)
Apra Harbor
13°27′45″N 144°39′06″E / 13.4625°N 144.651667°E / 13.4625; 144.651667 (SMS Cormoran)
Piti
5 Tokai Maru
Tokai Maru
July 14, 1988
(#88000967)
Apra Harbor, Naval Base Guam
13°27′33″N 144°39′15″E / 13.459028°N 144.654167°E / 13.459028; 144.654167 (Tokai Maru)
Piti

Sånta Rita-Sumai[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Dådi Beach Japanese Bunker September 7, 2021
(#100006869)
Address restricted[5]
Santa Rita vicinity
2 Dobo Spring Latte Set Complex September 7, 2021
(#100006870)
Address restricted[5]
Santa Rita vicinity
3 Ha. 62-76 Japanese midget attack submarine
Ha. 62-76 Japanese midget attack submarine
February 3, 1999
(#99001706)
Chapel Road near barracks 14, Commander Naval Forces Marianas
13°25′40″N 144°38′46″E / 13.427778°N 144.646111°E / 13.427778; 144.646111 (Ha. 62-76 Japanese midget attack submarine)
Santa Rita
4 Mount Tenjo Fortifications March 13, 1979
(#79003745)
Northeast of Santa Rita
13°25′10″N 144°41′49″E / 13.419583°N 144.696944°E / 13.419583; 144.696944 (Mount Tenjo Fortifications)
Santa Rita
5 Orote Field
Orote Field
June 18, 1975
(#75002149)
5 miles (8.0 km) north on Orote Peninsula, within Naval Base Guam.
13°26′07″N 144°38′22″E / 13.435278°N 144.639444°E / 13.435278; 144.639444 (Orote Field)
Santa Rita
6 Orote Historical Complex October 23, 1979
(#79003744)
Naval Station Guam, northern tip of Orote Peninsula[8]
13°26′48″N 144°37′37″E / 13.4466°N 144.6270°E / 13.4466; 144.6270 (Orote Historical Complex)
Santa Rita
7 Sumay Cemetery
Sumay Cemetery
October 8, 1999
(#99001184)
Marine Drive, Commander Naval Forces Marianas
13°26′09″N 144°39′16″E / 13.435972°N 144.654306°E / 13.435972; 144.654306 (Sumay Cemetery)
Santa Rita
8 Talisay Site-Latte' Saddok Talisai
Talisay Site-Latte' Saddok Talisai
November 5, 2014
(#14000892)
Address restricted[5]
Santa Rita
9 West Bona Site
West Bona Site
March 26, 1979
(#79003746)
Address restricted[5]
Santa Rita

Sinajana[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Won Pat Outdoor Oven December 3, 2010
(#10000969)
Between 114 and 126 Mansanita Ct.[9]
13°27′43″N 144°45′15″E / 13.4619°N 144.7542°E / 13.4619; 144.7542 (Won Pat Outdoor Oven)
Sinajana

Talo'fo'fo[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Aratama Maru
Aratama Maru
June 2, 1988
(#88000612)
Talofofo Bay
13°20′05″N 144°46′02″E / 13.334861°N 144.767222°E / 13.334861; 144.767222 (Aratama Maru)
Talofofo Japanese freighter that lies at bottom of Talofofo Bay[10]
2 Asquiroga Cave May 6, 1976
(#76002277)
Address restricted[5]
Talofofo
3 Garapan Mount Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001888)
Address restricted[5]
Talofofo
4 Mahlac Pictograph Cave
Mahlac Pictograph Cave
November 12, 2014
(#14000891)
Address restricted[5]
Talofofo
5 Mana Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001886)
South shore of As Anite Cove
13°20′27″N 144°46′12″E / 13.340833°N 144.770000°E / 13.340833; 144.770000 (Mana Pillbox)
Talofofo
6 Matala' Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001867)
Address restricted[5]
Talofofo
7 South Talofofo Site
South Talofofo Site
February 24, 1975
(#75002153)
Address restricted[5]
Talofofo
8 Talofofo-Talu'fofo' Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001876)
South shore of the Ylig River
13°21′53″N 144°46′02″E / 13.364722°N 144.767361°E / 13.364722; 144.767361 (Talofofo-Talu'fofo' Pillbox)
Talofofo
9 Tokcha' Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001875)
Toghca Point shoreling, Ipan
13°22′15″N 144°46′09″E / 13.370833°N 144.769167°E / 13.370833; 144.769167 (Tokcha' Pillbox)
Talofofo
10 Yokoi's Cave
Yokoi's Cave
January 16, 1980
(#80004244)
Address restricted[5]
Talofofo

Tamuning[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 As Sombreru Pillbox I March 4, 1991
(#88001883)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
2 As Sombreru Pillbox II
As Sombreru Pillbox II
March 4, 1991
(#88001864)
South shore of Tumon Beach in Tumon Bay
13°30′19″N 144°47′48″E / 13.505139°N 144.796667°E / 13.505139; 144.796667 (As Sombreru Pillbox II)
Tamuning
3 As Sombreru Pillbox III
As Sombreru Pillbox III
March 4, 1991
(#88001887)
West of Matapang Park
13°30′21″N 144°47′47″E / 13.505972°N 144.796389°E / 13.505972; 144.796389 (As Sombreru Pillbox III)
Tamuning
4 Dungcas Beach Defense Guns
Dungcas Beach Defense Guns
December 22, 1976
(#76001965)
On Agana Bay, off Guam Highway 1
13°29′31″N 144°46′31″E / 13.491806°N 144.775278°E / 13.491806; 144.775278 (Dungcas Beach Defense Guns)
Tamuning
5 Fafai Beach Site November 19, 1974
(#74002316)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
6 Gilan October 26, 2015
(#99001185)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
7 Gongna Beach Gun Emplacement
Gongna Beach Gun Emplacement
March 4, 1991
(#88001897)
East San Vitores Drive
13°31′32″N 144°48′15″E / 13.525578°N 144.804105°E / 13.525578; 144.804105 (Gongna Beach Gun Emplacement)
Tamuning
8 Gongna Beach Gun Mount March 4, 1991
(#88001898)
East San Vitores Drive
13°31′27″N 144°48′14″E / 13.524167°N 144.803889°E / 13.524167; 144.803889 (Gongna Beach Gun Mount)
Tamuning
9 Gongna Beach Mount Pillbox March 4, 1991
(#88001894)
East San Vitores Drive
13°31′24″N 144°48′15″E / 13.523333°N 144.804167°E / 13.523333; 144.804167 (Gongna Beach Mount Pillbox)
Tamuning
10 Ipao Pillbox I
Ipao Pillbox I
March 4, 1991
(#88001863)
West of Ypao Point
13°30′19″N 144°47′01″E / 13.505278°N 144.783611°E / 13.505278; 144.783611 (Ipao Pillbox I)
Tamuning
11 Ipao Pillbox II March 4, 1991
(#88001873)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
12 Ipao Pillbox III March 4, 1991
(#88001874)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
13 Naton Headland Fortification I March 4, 1991
(#88001884)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
14 Naton Headland Fortification II March 4, 1991
(#88001885)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
15 Oka Fortification March 4, 1991
(#88001882)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
16 San Vitores Beach Japanese Fortification March 4, 1991
(#88001891)
East San Vitores Drive
13°31′00″N 144°48′20″E / 13.516667°N 144.805556°E / 13.516667; 144.805556 (San Vitores Beach Japanese Fortification)
Tamuning Misspelled ("Sanvitores") in NHRP database. Correctly spelled in application.
17 San Vitores Martyrdom Site October 31, 1975
(#75002154)
0.7 miles (1.1 km) south of Bijia Point off Guam Highway 4
13°30′59″N 144°48′21″E / 13.516389°N 144.805833°E / 13.516389; 144.805833 (San Vitores Martyrdom Site)
Tamuning
18 Tomhum Cliffline Fortification I March 4, 1991
(#88001895)
East San Vitores Drive
13°30′23″N 144°48′20″E / 13.506389°N 144.805556°E / 13.506389; 144.805556 (Tomhum Cliffline Fortification I)
Tamuning
19 Tomhum Cliffline Fortification II March 4, 1991
(#88001896)
East San Vitores Drive
13°30′29″N 144°48′23″E / 13.508194°N 144.80625°E / 13.508194; 144.80625 (Tomhum Cliffline Fortification II)
Tamuning
20 Tomhum Cliffline Fortification III March 4, 1991
(#88001868)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
21 Tomhum Pillbox I March 4, 1991
(#88001893)
East San Vitores Drive
13°30′47″N 144°48′12″E / 13.513056°N 144.803333°E / 13.513056; 144.803333 (Tomhum Pillbox I)
Tamuning
22 Tomhum Pillbox II March 4, 1991
(#88001866)
East San Vitores Drive
13°30′33″N 144°48′02″E / 13.509028°N 144.800694°E / 13.509028; 144.800694 (Tomhum Pillbox II)
Tamuning
23 Tomhum Pillbox III March 4, 1991
(#88001865)
East San Vitores Drive
13°30′23″N 144°47′52″E / 13.50625°N 144.797778°E / 13.50625; 144.797778 (Tomhum Pillbox III)
Tamuning
24 Tonhum Fortification I March 4, 1991
(#88001870)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning
25 Ypao Beach Archeological Site
Ypao Beach Archeological Site
May 24, 1984
(#84000889)
Address restricted[5]
Tamuning

Yigo[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Chaqui'an Massacre Site
Chaqui'an Massacre Site
April 12, 2016
(#16000129)
Chalan Emsley
13°34′17″N 144°53′20″E / 13.571291°N 144.888899°E / 13.571291; 144.888899 (Chaqui'an Massacre Site)
Yigo
2 Cruz Water Catchment November 14, 1994
(#94001310)
53 feet (16 m) south Guam Highway 9, southeast of Pott's Junction
13°35′05″N 144°51′58″E / 13.584861°N 144.866111°E / 13.584861; 144.866111 (Cruz Water Catchment)
Yigo
3 Hanum Site
Hanum Site
November 7, 1978
(#78003416)
Address restricted[5]
Yigo
4 Jinapsan Site December 27, 1974
(#74002317)
Address restricted[5]
Yigo
5 Mataguac Hill Command Post June 10, 1975
(#75002122)
Off of Guam Highway 1
13°32′36″N 144°52′55″E / 13.543472°N 144.882083°E / 13.543472; 144.882083 (Mataguac Hill Command Post)
Yigo
6 Pagat Site
Pagat Site
March 13, 1974
(#74002318)
Address restricted[5]
Yigo
7 Talagi Pictograph Cave
Talagi Pictograph Cave
March 24, 2004
(#04001240)
Andersen Air Force Base
Address Restricted

Dededo and Yigo
8 Torre Water Catchment November 14, 1994
(#94001311)
Hatsuho Golf Course
13°34′55″N 144°51′47″E / 13.581944°N 144.863194°E / 13.581944; 144.863194 (Torre Water Catchment)
Yigo

Yona[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location Village Description
1 Baza Outdoor Oven December 3, 2010
(#10000972)
West end of Beatrice Baza Rd.[11]
13°24′13″N 144°46′04″E / 13.4036°N 144.7678°E / 13.4036; 144.7678 (Baza Outdoor Oven)
Yona
2 Ilik River Fortification I March 4, 1991
(#88001869)
Address restricted[5]
Yona
3 Ilik River Fortification II March 4, 1991
(#88001871)
Shore of Ylig Point
13°23′11″N 144°46′23″E / 13.386389°N 144.773056°E / 13.386389; 144.773056 (Ilik River Fortification II)
Yona
4 Light Model Tank No. 95 December 19, 1979
(#79003107)
Southwest of Yona on Cross Island Road
13°22′47″N 144°45′25″E / 13.379722°N 144.757083°E / 13.379722; 144.757083 (Light Model Tank No. 95)
Yona
5 Manenggon Concentration Camp June 14, 2016
(#16000362)
Address restricted[5]
Yona
6 South Pulantat Site
South Pulantat Site
March 26, 1979
(#79003747)
Address restricted[5]
Yona

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved May 20, 2022.
  2. ^ Talagi Pictograph Cave is listed in both Dededo and Yigo.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.
  6. ^ Geocode coords estimated based on description in National Register nomination form.
  7. ^ Geocode coords estimated based on description in National Register nomination form.
  8. ^ "Draft Joint Region Marianas Access Plan" (PDF). Naval Facilities Engineering Command Marianas. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-06-24. Retrieved 2015-06-24.
  9. ^ Geocode coords estimated based on description in National Register nomination form.
  10. ^ Submerged Cultural Resources Unit, National Park Service (1988). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Aratama Maru". National Park Service. and accompanying photos
  11. ^ Geocode coords estimated based on description in National Register nomination form Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine.

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