“The Chamoru Seafaring Lexicon Workshop, was held over two days in July 2014. The workshop was a follow up to an earlier 2009 meeting among the Chamorro seafaring community to create a lexicon of terms for various aspects of traditional canoe-building, seafaring and navigation. Presentations included an historical overview of the seafaring tradition in the Marianas and revitalization efforts, and discussions of on-going and new projects among the various Chamorro seafaring organizations.” Available: http://www.guampedia.com/chamoru-seafaring-lexicon-workshop/#Pete_Perez_e-Publication
Online Films documenting canoes in the Federated States of Micronesia:
The Last Sailing Canoe of Mokil: https://vimeo.com/38971749 (documentary)
The Sailing Canoe: https://vimeo.com/161359247 incorporates footage from the Last Sailing Canoe of Mokil as well as footage from Guam, Yap, Rota, and archaeological excavations on Mokil. It touches on some the connections that would be highlighted in it. Sailing Canoe was screened at the 2014 Guam International Film Festival.
Documentary of building the Pohnpeian high chief’s canoe Warasap: the Nahnmwarki’s Canoe: https://vimeo.com/40331302
Nagaoka, T., 2014. Sailing canoe building on Mwoakilloa Atoll. In International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (ed.), Traditional Knowledge and Wisdom: Themes from the Pacific Islands. Jeonbuk: International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO, pp.306-322 [http://www.ichcap.org/eng/contents/book_list.php?mode=view&code=B0000592].
Nagaoka, T., 2015. Sailing canoe building on Mwoakilloa Atoll. ICH Courier: The Intangible Cultural Heritage Courier of Asia and the Pacific, 23:4 http://www.ichcap.org/ebook/ecatalog.php?Dir=55&catimage.