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What was the United States’ principal use of Guam in the late 19th century and early 20th century? as a location for U.S. owned tropical fruit farms as a source of rubber and oil for U.S. businesses as a prison camp for soldiers captured in the Spanish-American War as a refueling station for U.S. ships traveling to the Philippines

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    as a prison camp for soldiers captured in the Spanish-American War

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    thank you!!

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