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
Selected Census 2000 Questions
Chamorro Word Book by Marilyn Salas (Bess Press, 1998). Basic Chamorro vocabulary is illustrated with
detailed line drawings that explore both traditional and modern life.
Destiny’s Landfall: A History of Guam by Robert F. Rogers (University of Hawaii Press, 1995).
This comprehensive look at the history of Guam and its people also offers maps, illustrations, extensive
footnotes, and a bibliography.
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.
The Official Guam U.S.A. Web Site (www.gov.gu/index.html). This site provides news updates from the
governor’s office, a wide range of information on the people, geography, and culture of Guam, as well as
links to numerous other Web sites of interest.
Map Man (www.scholastic.com/jsi/mapman/index.htm). This is an on-line geography contest, hosted by
Junior Scholastic magazine, featuring a new game each week.
Microstate Network (www.doi.gov/oia/netlinks.htm). This site has “a world of information about the smallest
of states” and provides links to sites with information on a broad range of subjects concerning Guam, including
its business and economy, culture and language, and government and politics.