Historians and researchers rely on primary sources when studying an event. Below are several slide presentations that incorporate photographs as primary sources to tell the story of Guam's role in World War II. In addition, we have provided two handouts from the Library of Congress to help students analyze primary source photographs.
|Photograph Worksheet (students)||Japanese Occupation of Guam||Combat Patrol|
|Photograph Worksheet (teachers)||Orote Airfield in Ruins||Chamorro Protectors|
|Sumay Ruins||USMC in the Recapture of Guam||War Dogs|