Samoan Culture by John William Hart (Ati's Samoan Print Shop, 1996). Extensively illustrated with over
200 drawings, this 70-page book explores and explains the traditions and culture of the Samoan Islands.
Samoa: An Early History by Brother Fred Henry, revised by Tofa Pula, Nikolao I. Tuiteleleapaga (Dept. of
Education, American Samoa, 1980). This nearly 200-page work includes maps and illustrations, and covers
Samoan ethnology, history, and legends.
U.S. Census Bureau (www.census.gov). The source for information on people, business, and geography. This
site offers census news, maps, tools to build your own data tables, and more.
Microstate Network Resources Guide to American Samoa (www.microstate.net/cgi-win/mstatead.exe/showmicro,92).
Provides links to a variety of sites with information on subjects including business and economy, culture and
language, and government and politics.
Congressman Eni F.H. Faleomavaega’s Web site (www.house.gov/faleomavaega). Includes press releases,
legislation, historical documents, and other items of interest.
Selected Census 2000 Questions
1. What is this person’s sex?
Mark ❑x one box.
2. What is this person’s age and what is
this person’s date of birth?
Age on April 1, 2000
Print numbers in boxes.
Month of birth
Day of birth
Year of birth
3. What is this person’s ethnic origin
(For example: Chamorro, Samoan, White,
Black, Carolinian, Filipino, Japanese,
Korean, Palauan, Tongan, and so on.)
4. What is this person’s marital status?
❑ Now married
❑ Never married