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Guam is the largest of the Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Guam was claimed by Spain in 1565, and was ceded to the United States in 1898. The blue field represents Guam's unity with the sea and sky. The shape of the seal is that of a Chamorro sling stone used as a weapon for warfare and hunting. The Coconut Tree symbolizes self-sustenance and determination.
The Flying Proa, a seagoing craft built by the Chamorro people, which was fast and agile in the water required great skill to build and sail. The River channel, where fresh water rushes out to interact with the ocean, symbolizes a willingness to share the resources of the land with others. "Two Lover's Point" juts majestically into the sea, portraying the people's commitment to passing their heritage, culture, and language to the sea of future generations. A red stripe surrounds the Guam Seal representing the blood shed by its people during World War II and Spanish occupation.Contact us to purchase