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John Acree (Liberia 1983–85)

  • Voices From the Field: Reading and Writing About the World, Ourselves and Others, contributor, Washington: Peace Corps, 2002 (to download a PDF copy)

Joe T. Adair (Ethiopia 1962–64)

  • Letters from the Peace Corps (contributor), Washington: Robert B. Luce, Inc., 1964

Jerome R. Adams (Colombia 1963–65)

  • Liberators and Patriots of Latin America: Biographies of 23 Leaders from Dona Marina (1505-1530) to Bishop Romero (1917-1980), McFarland & Company, 1991 (Buy this book)
  • Latin American Heroes: Liberators and Patriots from 1500 to the Present, McFarland & Company, 1993 (Buy this book)
  • Greasers and Gringos: The Historical Roots of Anglo-Hispanic Prejudice, McFarland & Company, 2006 (Buy this book)

Danial Adkison (Gabon 1997–2000)

  • Americans Do Their Business Abroad: Stories by People Who Should Have Known Better, But Are Glad They Didn’t, (contributor), Lulu, 2007 (Buy at Lulu)

Laura M. Ahearn (Nepal 1982–86)

  • Invitations to Love: Literacy, Love Letters, and Social Change in Nepal, University of Michigan Press, 2001 (Buy this book)

Thomas "Taj" Ainlay, Jr. (Malaysia 1973–75)

  • The Last Book, Lake Oswego OR: Metamorphous Press, 1984 (Buy this book)
  • Las Vegas: The Fabulous First Century, with Judy Dixon Gabaldon, Charleston SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2003 (Buy this book)

Elizabeth (Letts) Alalou (Morocco 1983–86)

  • Quality of Care [published under the name Elizabeth Letts] NAL Accent, 2005 (Buy this book) REVIEW
  • The Butter Man, with Ali Alalou, illustrated by Julie Klear Eskalli, Charlesbridge, 2008 (Buy this book)

Robert Albritton (Ethiopia 1963–65)

  • A Japanese Reconstruction of Marxist Theory Basingstoke: Macmillan 1986. (Buy this book)
  • A Japanese Approach to Stages of Capitalist Development NY: St. Martin’s Press 1991. (Buy this book)
  • A Japanese Approach to Political Economy: Unoist Variations. editor NY: Macmillan/St. Martin’s Press 1995. (Buy this book)
  • Dialectics and Deconstruction in Political Economy NY: St. Martin’s Press 1999 (Buy this book)

Usha Alexander (Vanuatu 1996–97)

  • Only the Eyes are Mine, Frog Books, 2005 (Buy this book)
  • The Best Travel Writing 2007: True Stories from Around the World (contributor), Travelers' Tales, 2007 (Buy this book) REVIEW

James G. Alinder (Somalia 1964-66)

  • Roy De Carava, Photographer, Lincoln, NE: Sheldon Gallery, 1970
  • Consequences, Lincoln, NE, 1974
  • Wright Morris: Structures and Artifacts, Lincoln, NE: Sheldon Gallery, 1975
  • Twelve Photographers, Kansas City, MO: M-AAA, 1977
  • Jerome Liebling, Photographs, 1947-1977, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 15, 1978 (Editor)
  • Ansel Adams: 50 Years of Portraits, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 16, 1978
  • Self-Portrayal, Carmel, CA: TFOP, 1978 (Editor)
  • Comparative Photography: A Century of Change in Egypt and Israel, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 17, 1979 (Editor)
  • Robert Cumming, Photographs, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 18, 1979
  • Vilem Kriz, Photographs, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 19, 1979 (Editor)
  • Collecting Light: The Photographs of Ruth Bernhard, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 20, 1979
  • Carleton E. Watkins, Photographs of the Columbia River and Oregon, Carmel, CA: Weston Gallery/TFOP, 1979 (Editor)
  • Images from Within, The Photographs of Edmund Teske, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 22, 1980 (Editor)
  • 9 Critics/9 Photographs, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 23, 1980 (Co-author/Editor)
  • New Landscapes, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 24, 1980 (Editor)
  • Heinecken, Carmel, CA: TFOP, 1980 (Publisher)
  • Ansel Adams, Photographs of the American West, Washington, DC: USICA, 1980
  • Roy De Carava, Photographs, Carmel, CA: TFOP, 1981 (Editor)
  • Discovery and Recognition, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 25, 1981 (Editor)
  • Ansel Adams, A San Francisco Heritage, (co-author) SF: The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1981
  • Altered Landscapes, The Photographs of John Pfahl, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 26, 1981 (Editor)
  • The Unknown Ansel Adams, Carmel, CA: TFOP, 1981
  • Picture America, Boston: Little, Brown/NY Graphic Society, 1982 (Co-author)
  • Photographs and Words, with Morris Wright, Friends of Photography Bookstore, 1982
  • Postures: The Studio Photographs of Marsha Burns, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 28, 1982 (Editor)
  • The Contact Print, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 30, 1982
  • Wright Morris, Photographs & Words, Carmel, CA: TFOP, 1982 (Co-author/Editor)
  • Nicholas Nixon: Photographs from One Year, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 31, 1983 (Editor)
  • Mario Giacomelli, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 32, 1983 (Editor)
  • Samuel Bourne, Images of India, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 33, 1983 (Editor)
  • Marion Post Wolcott, FSA Photographs, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 34, 1984 (Editor)
  • Harry Callahan: Eleanor, NY: Callaway/TFOP, 1984
  • Ansel Adams, 1902-1984, Carmel, CA: TFOP, 1984 (Co-author/Editor)
  • Ansel Adams: Classic Images, Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1985 (Co-author) (Buy this book)
  • Todd Walker, Photographs, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 39, 1985 (Editor)
  • Mary Ellen Mark: Photographs of Mother Teresa’s Missions of Charity in Calcutta, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 39, 1985 (Editor)
  • Eikoh Hosoe, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 42, 1986 (Editor)
  • Light Years, The Friends of Photography, 1967-1987, Carmel, CA: TFOP, Untitled 43, 1987 (Co-author/Editor)
  • Solomon’s Temple (editor), Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, 1996
  • Sparkling Harvest: The Seasons of the Vine (co-author), NY: Abrams, 1997 (Buy this book)
  • The Sea Ranch, with Donlyn Lyndon, Princeton Architectural Press, 2003 (Buy this book)
  • Somalia, As It Was, Mypublisher, 2004

Paul E. Allaire (Ethiopia 1964–66)

  • Basics of the Finite Element Method: Solid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, and Fluid Mechanics, Dubuque, Iowa : W.C. Brown, 1985.

Richard Alleman (Morocco 1968-70)

  • Therapist, NY: Walker, 1989
  • L.A. Man/Companion Guide to L.A. Woman, NY: Warner Books, 1990

Hayward Allen (Ethiopia 1962–64)

  • The Great Blue Heron, Minocqua, WI : NorthWord Press, 1991 (Buy this book); Creative Publishing International, 2000 (Buy this book)
  • The Traveler’s Guide to Native America: The Great Lakes Region (Upper Midwest), with foreword by Pemina Yellow Bird, Minocqua, WI : NorthWord Press, 1992 (Buy this book)
  • A Traveler’s Guide to Native America: The Southwest Region, Minocqua, WI : NorthWord Press, 1993. (Buy this book)

Diane Demuth Allensworth (Panama 1964–66)

  • Building Effective Coalition to Prevent the Spread of HIV: Planning Considerations, Kent, OH : American School Health Association, 1994.
  • Schools & Health: Our Nation’s Investment Washington DC: National Academy Press, 1997

Nancy Amidei (Nigeria 1964–65)

  • Involvement in Public Policy : A Healing Presence ... the Congregation’s Ministry in Health and Wholeness, Resource Publications,1995 (Buy this book)
  • So You Want to Make a Difference: A Key to Advocacy Omb Watch, 1991 (Buy this book)
John Amman (Sierra Leone 1979–82)
  • Black Man’s Grave: Letters from Sierra Leone, with Guy Stewart, Berkeley WV: Cold Run Books, 2007 (Buy this book) REVIEW

Gary Amo (Malawi 1962–64)

  • Come Nightfall, no publisher, no date.
  • Silent Night, no publisher, no date.
  • Creeping Shadows, no publisher, 1992
  • Desert Cat: Partners in Crime (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), no publisher, 1994.
  • Murder Most Merry, (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), editor and contributor, NY: Kensington Pub., 1994; Zebra Books, 1998. (Buy this book)
  • Royal Cat: A "Big Mike" Mystery, (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), Kensington Pub. Corp., 1995; 1996; 1997.
  • Stable Cat, (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), NY: Kensington Pub. Corp., 1996; 1997;
  • Baseball Cat, (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), NY: Kensington Pub. Corp., 1997; 1998 (Buy this book)
  • Movie Cat, (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), NY: Kensington Pub. Corp., 1997; 1999; 2001 (Buy this book)
  • Dinosaur Cat (using the pseudonym Garrison Allen), NY: Kensington Pub. Corp., 1998; 1999 (Buy this book)

William Amos (Korea 1979–80)

  • The Seed of Joy, London and Bordeaux: Online Originals, 2000. REVIEW

Joshua Caine Anchors (Zimbabwe 1998–00)

  • Regarding Hwange: And Other Matters of Perception, PublishAmerica, 2004 (Purchase from the publisher)

David C. Anderson (Costa Rica 1964-66)

  • Children of Special Value: Interracial Adoption in America, St. Martin’s Press, 1971 (Buy this book)
  • Crimes of Justice: Improving the Police, the Courts, the Prisons, NY: Times Books, Crown, 1988 (Buy this book)
  • Crime and the Politics of Histeria: How the Willie Horton Story Changed American Justice, New York: Times Books, Crown, 1995 (Buy this book)
  • Sensible Justice: Alternatives to Prison, New York: New Press, 1998 (Buy this book)
  • The No-Salt Cookbook: Reduce or Eliminate Salt without Sacrificing Flavor, with Thomas D. Anderson, Avon, Mass. : Adams Media Corp., 2001

Lauri Anderson (Nigeria 1965-67)

  • Sampo: The Magic Mill, no publisher, no date (Contributor)
  • Small Winter Wars, no publisher, no date
  • Hunting Hemingway’s Trout, NY: Atheneum, 1990
  • Heikki Heikkinen: And Other Stories of Upper Peninsula Finns, St. Cloud, MN: North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc., 1995
  • Children of the Kalevala: Contemporary Finns Relive the Timeless Tales of Kalevala, St.. Cloud, MN: North Star Press of St.. Cloud, 1997 (Buy this book)
  • Misery Bay and Other Stories from Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Cloud, MN: North Star Press of St.. Cloud, 2002 (Buy this book)
  • Impressions of Arvo Laurila, St.. Cloud, MN: North Star Press of St.. Cloud, 2005 (Buy this book) REVIEW
  • Back to Misery Bay, St.. Cloud, MN: North Star Press of St.. Cloud, 2007 (Buy this book)

Peggy Anderson (Togo 1962-64)

  • Rural Action: Towards Experiments in Food Production, with David Hapgood, DC: U. S. Peace Corps, 1969
  • The Daughters: An Unconventional Look at America’s Fan Club, the DAR, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1974
  • Nurse, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1978; NY: Berkley, 1979
  • Children’s Hospital, NY: Harper & Row, 1985; NY: Bantam, 1986
  • First Day Blues, Seattle, WA: Parenting Press, 1992

Jude Andreasen (Niger 1980–83, Zaire 1985–86, Mauritania 1986–87)

  • Creative Recycling: Handmade in Africa, with Cleve Overton, Xlibris, 2004

App Applegate (Cameroon 1976-  )

  • Effort and Energy in Temprian: Economic Democracy, Xlibris, 2001 (Buy this book)

James Archambeault (Philippines 1965-67)

  • Kentucky, Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company, 1982
  • Kentucky II, no publisher, no date

Ronald Arias (Peru 1963-64)

  • The Road to Tamazunchale, NY: Bilingual Press, 1975; NY: Anchor Books, 1992
  • Five Against the Sea, NY: New American Library, 1989
  • Going Up Country, Travel Essays by Peace Corps Writers (Buy this book), Scribner’s, 1994 (Contributor)
  • To Touch the World: The Peace Corps Experience, contributor, Peace Corps/USGPO, DC, 1994, 1995
  • Healing from the Heart: A Leading Heart Surgeon Explores the Power of Complimentary Medicine, contributor, E.P. Dutton, 1998 (Buy this book)
  • Moving Target: A Memoir of Pursuit, Bilingual Press, 2002 (Buy this book)
  • White's Rules: Saving Our Youth One Kid at a Time (co-author with Paul D. White), Morgan Road Books, 2007 (Buy this book) REVIEW

Sara (McWright) Armstrong (Uganda 1966–68)

William H. Armstrong (Staff: Ethiopia 1966–68, CD/Swaziland 1968–71)

  • Organs for America: The Life and Work of David Tannenberg. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1967.
  • Warrior in Two Camps: Ely S. Parker, Union General and Seneca Chief. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1978; 1990. (Buy this book)
  • Gerty’s Papa’s Civil War, by Edward Parmelee Smith, edited by William H. Armstrong.  New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1984.
  • Minister, Heal Thyself. New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1985.
  • A Friend to God’s Poor: Edward Parmelee Smith.  Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1993.
  • Major McKinley: William McKinley and the Civil War.  Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 2000. (Buy this book) REVIEW
  • Thinking Through the Children’s Sermon, Cleveland: The Pilgrim Press, 2006 (Buy this book)

Donald Arneson (Jamaica 1989)

  • Arnie — Knight of the Day, illustrated by Carol Schneider, Burnsville MN: Bookmaker Pub, 1979
  • Doing Something Nice, Inc. and Other Plays for Kids, no publisher, no date.
  • Soon Come, with Joyce Arneson, Xlibris, 2002 (Buy this book) REVIEW

Joyce Arneson (Jamaica 1989)

David Arnold (Ethiopia 1964–66)

  • To Touch the World: The Peace Corps Experience, contributor, Peace Corps/USGPO, DC, 1994, 1995

Barbara Arrington (South Africa 2002–04)

  • A Life Inspired: Tales of Peace Corps Service, contributor, DC: Peace Corps/USGPO, 2006

Brent K. Ashabranner (Peace Corps Deputy Director; India, Country Director 1964-69)

  • A Moment in History: The First Ten Years of the Peace Corps, Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971; 2003 (Buy this book)
  • Morning Star, Black Sun: The Northern Cheyenne Indians and America’s Energy Crisis, Paul Conklin illustrator, NY: Dodd, Mead, 1982
  • The New Americans: Changing Patterns in U.S. Immigration, NY: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1983.
  • Gavriel and Jemal: Two Boys of Jerusalem, NY: Dodd, Mead, 1984
  • Children of the Maya: A Guatamalan Indian Odyssey, (Children’s book) NY: Dodd, Mead, 1986; NY: Putnam, 1988
  • The Vanishing Border: A Photographic Journey along Our Frontier with Mexico, Paul Conklin, photographer; NY: Dodd, Mead, 1987.
  • Into a Strange Land: Unaccompanied Refugee Youth in America, NY: Dodd, Mead, 1987; Putnam, 1988
  • Always to Remember: The Story of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, NY: Dodd, Mead, 1988; Putnam, 1989
  • Born to the Land: An American Portrait, Paul Conklin, illustrator; NY: Putnam, 1989
  • Counting America: The story of the United States Census, with Melissa Ashabranner, NY: Putnam, 1989
  • I’m in the Zoo, Too, NY: Dutton, 1989
  • People Who Make a Difference, Paul Conklin illustrator, NY: Cobblehill Books/Dutton, 1989
  • To Live in Two Worlds: American Indian Youth Today, NY: Dodd, Mead, 1984; NY: Putnam, 1989
  • A Grateful Nation: The Story of Arlington National Cemetery, NY: Putnam, 1990
  • Crazy about German Shepherds, NY: Cobblehill Books, 1990
  • The Times of My Life: A Memoir, (Children’s book) NY: Dutton Children’s Book, 1990
  • An Ancient Heritage: The Arab-American Minority, NY: HarperCollins, 1991 (Washington Post/Washington Children’s Book Guild Award for Nonfiction, 1990)
  • A Memorial for Mr. Lincoln, NY: Putnam, 1992
  • Land of Yesterday, Land of Tomorrow: Discovering Chinese Central Asia, with photographers Paul, David and Peter Conklin, , Cobblehill, 1992
  • Dark Harvest: Migrant Farmworkers in America, Paul Conklin, photographer; NY: Dodd, Mead, 1985; Hamden, CT: Linnet Books, 1993; Linnet Books, 1997
  • Still a Nation of Immigrants, NY: Cobblehill Books/Dutton, 1993
  • The Choctaw Code, with Russell G. Davis, Hamden, CT: Linnet Books, 1994 (Co-author)
  • A New Frontier: the Peace Corps in Eastern Europe, (Children’s book) NY: Cobblehill Books/Dutton, 1994
  • A New Frontier: The Peace Corps in Eastern Europe, with photos by Paul Conklin (staff 1962-65), NY: Cobblehill books/Dutton, 1994
  • Our Beckoning Borders: Illegal Immigration to America, Paul Conklin, photographer, Cobblehill, 1996
  • The Lion’s Whiskers and Other Ethiopian Tales (Buy this book), Hamden, CT: Linnet Books, 1997
  • To Seek a Better World: The Haitian Minority in America, Paul Conklin photographer, Cobblehill, 1997 (Buy this book)

Robert J. Attaway(Nigeria 1966–67, Ethopia 1967–68)

Harlan H.D. Attfield (Nigeria 1966-68, Mauritius 1972–74)

  • How to Make Fertilizer, Arlington, VA: Volunteers in Technical Assistance, 1982 (Buy this book)
  • Gardening With the Seasons, Arlington, VA: Volunteers in Technical Assistance, 1988 (Buy this book)
  • Raising Rabbits, Arlington, VA: Volunteers in Technical Assistance, no date
  • A Beekeeping Guide, Arlington, VA: Volunteers in Technical Assistance, 1989 (Buy this book)
  • Raising Chickens and Ducks, compiler, illustrations by Joseph Layne and Marina Maspero, Arlington, VA: Volunteers in Technical Assistance, 1990.
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