Antonia Chargualaf House

Historic Inarajan, Guam

 

 

The original Antonia Castro Chargualaf House was a two-story house built in the 1940s and is characterized by its use of ifil posts and beam frame supporting ifil plank flooring and metal panel roofing.  During the Japanese occupation, the Chargualaf family recalls the house was used by the Japanese as a location to distribute rice to village residents.
 

 

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Ancillary Resources 

Chargualaf House Specs
Chargualaf House Drawings 
Interpretive Sign
 
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