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*[[Peace Corps Background]] - How the Peace Corps came to be
 
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*'''Group I''' 1961-63 [[Group I description|Description & History]], [[Group I stories|Stories & Ancedotes]], [[Group I bios|Bios]], [[Group I Photos|Photos]], {{pdf|Nigeria 01 Training Directory.pdf|Training Directory}}.
*'''Group I''' 1961-63 [[Group I description|Description & History]], [[Group I stories|Stories & Ancedotes]], [[Group I bios|Bios]], [[Group I Photos|Photos]], {{pdf|Nigeria 01 Training Directory.pdf|Training Directory}}.
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*'''Group XXVII''' 1966-68 [[Group XXVII description|Description & History]], [[Group XXVII stories|Stories & Ancedotes]], [[Group XXVII bios|Bios]], [[Group XXVII Photos|Photos]], {{pdf|Nigeria 27 Training Directory.pdf|Nigeria 27 Training Directory}}
*'''Group XXVII''' 1966-68 [[Group XXVII description|Description & History]], [[Group XXVII stories|Stories & Ancedotes]], [[Group XXVII bios|Bios]], [[Group XXVII Photos|Photos]], {{pdf|Nigeria 27 Training Directory.pdf|Nigeria 27 Training Directory}}
*'''Group XXVIII''' [[Group XXVIII description|Description & History]]
*'''Group XXVIII''' [[Group XXVIII description|Description & History]]
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<ref>It appears as though Nigeria 28 and 29 are mis-numbered. Nigeria 29 trained Feb-May 1967, while Nigeria 28 began in (June? 1967). The mistake is not ours (i.e., FON’s) since a document received from Steve Manning identifies the group we are calling Nigeria 29 as “NIGERIA P.C. GROUP XXIX.”</ref>
 
*'''Group XXIX''' 1967-69 [[Group XXIX description|Description & History]], [[Group XXIX stories|Stories & Ancedotes]], [[Group XXIX bios|Bios]], [[Group XXIX Photos|Photos]], {{pdf|Nigeria_29_Training_Directory.pdf|Nigeria 29 Training Directory}}
*'''Group XXIX''' 1967-69 [[Group XXIX description|Description & History]], [[Group XXIX stories|Stories & Ancedotes]], [[Group XXIX bios|Bios]], [[Group XXIX Photos|Photos]], {{pdf|Nigeria_29_Training_Directory.pdf|Nigeria 29 Training Directory}}
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<ref> A letter from John McConnell (country director, 1965-68) stated (07-Mar-03): “Could the 2,523 include the two programs training for Nigeria but were diverted to other countries in 1967 when PCVs were evacuated from the Eastern and Midwestern Regions?” Although he refers to “two programs” there seems to be only one unaccounted for training group number.</ref>
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==Notes==
==Notes==
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*[[Peace Corps Background]] - How the Peace Corps came to be
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*It appears as though Nigeria 28 and 29 are mis-numbered. Nigeria 29 trained Feb-May 1967, while Nigeria 28 began in (June? 1967). The mistake is not ours (i.e., FON’s) since a document received from Steve Manning identifies the group we are calling Nigeria 29 as “NIGERIA P.C. GROUP XXIX.”
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*A letter from John McConnell (country director, 1965-68) stated (07-Mar-03): “Could the 2,523 include the two programs training for Nigeria but were diverted to other countries in 1967 when PCVs were evacuated from the Eastern and Midwestern Regions?” Although he refers to “two programs” there seems to be only one unaccounted for training group number.

Revision as of 12:53, 1 December 2008

The links below will send you a group's overall description, stories, biographies and photos. Many of the stories will have photos and a group may have more than one photo page, but links to all pages will be found here.

Note: Words in blue link to existing pages. Words in red link to pages that need content.


Contents

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Nigeria 1990's

Notes

  • Peace Corps Background - How the Peace Corps came to be
  • It appears as though Nigeria 28 and 29 are mis-numbered. Nigeria 29 trained Feb-May 1967, while Nigeria 28 began in (June? 1967). The mistake is not ours (i.e., FON’s) since a document received from Steve Manning identifies the group we are calling Nigeria 29 as “NIGERIA P.C. GROUP XXIX.”
  • A letter from John McConnell (country director, 1965-68) stated (07-Mar-03): “Could the 2,523 include the two programs training for Nigeria but were diverted to other countries in 1967 when PCVs were evacuated from the Eastern and Midwestern Regions?” Although he refers to “two programs” there seems to be only one unaccounted for training group number.
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