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The Spanish-Chamorro wars of the late 1600s concluded with the forced re-location of survivors into a few easily controlled villages under Spanish colonial authority, and original villages, like at Ritidian, were abandoned as places of residence and cultural life.” The refuge hopes that the site, which is sacred to the local Chamorro people, soon will be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The refuge is currently developing a guided tour program for island residents, among other visitors, to learn more about the important cultural legacy left behind by their ancestors.
The site at Ritidian, which included at least 15 homes, would have been the first village the Spaniards saw after three months at sea.