American Samoa Directory

American Samoa located in the South Pacific Ocean is an unincorporated region or territory of the US (United States). Pago Pago is the capital of the land with Fagatogo being the official seat of the Government. Tutuila is the largest and main island here and is home to 95% of the population of American Samoa. The population of the land is 55,519 people as per the census of 2010. Christianity is the predominant religion of the land with approximately 98.3% of the population being Christians. It is spread across an area of 197.1 sq kms. English and Samoan are the official languages here. Tafuna holds the distinction of being the largest city. American Samoa is divided into three distinct districts for all administrative purposes.

Site Listings
  • FBPL : Public library providing both current and historical reading and instructional materials in a variety of formats.

  • ANZ Amerika Samoa Bank : Resource providing latest news about bank’s personal banking products, including day to day transaction, savings, investing and loan accounts information.

  • AM Samoa : Providing post-secondary education opportunities in liberal arts, as well as teacher training and general education to the residents of American Samoa.

  • DOE : Providing quality teaching and learning opportunities to all children of American Samoa.

  • DBAS : Bank serves the economic development needs of the community of American Samoa through affordable financial services.

  • Manuatele : Portal list information about American Samoa current events and business related products and services.

  • Sadie's Hotels : Located on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa, offering comfortable accommodation, as well as information on the facilities, rates and attractions.

  • Trade Winds : Offering a range of corporate and vacation accommodation, conference facilities, restaurant, gymnasium and outdoor swimming pool.

  • Turtle & Shark : Lodge located in the beautiful U.S. territory of American Samoa, provides some of the best accommodations at an affordable price.

  • ASHPO : Preserves, registers, interprets and protects American Samoa's historic and cultural properties.

  • Vital Records US : Features information on marriage, birth, death and divorce records in American Samoa.

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