The barrios of Manta; a personal account of the Peace Corps in Ecuador, by Rhoda and Earle Brooks. Illus. by Rhoda Smith Brooks.

; Brooks, Earle G
[New York] New American Library [1965] .

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Other Authors Brooks, Earle G.
Subjects Economic assistance, American -- Ecuador.
Manta (Ecuador) -- Social life and customs.
Manta, Ecuador -- Social life and customs.
Peace Corps (U.S.) -- Ecuador -- Personal narratives.
Peace Corps (U.S.) -- Ecuador.
Description x, 366 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.
Summary A mature young midwestern couple describe their training, experiences, and afterthoughts of two years of community development and teaching for the Peace Corps in a coastal fishing town of Ecuador.
Geographic Area United States
Ecuador
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00711568
(OCoLC)711568
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