Peace Corps Volunteers at work in Chile

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A Mapuche woman and man standing with their oxen and cart, Chile
A Mapuche woman and man standing with their oxen and cart, Chile
Mapuche woman and man, who are indigenous Chilean inhabitants.
Children carrying a bucket through urban slums in the Población Colo Colo, Nueva Palena, Chile
Children carrying a bucket through urban slums in the Población Colo Colo, Nueva Palena, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteers worked with the community to build homes during Chile's mid-1960s urban housing deficit. Self-help housing projects were one of the ways Chile addressed urban slum conditions in the 1960s and 1970s.
First Lady Hillary Clinton conversing with event attendees at the opening of the Internado Centro Cultural Mapuche in Temuco, Chile
First Lady Hillary Clinton conversing with event attendees at the opening of the Internado Centro Cultural Mapuche in Temuco, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteers Will Cady 1992-1994 on right and Quinton Harris 1995-1998 attend the inauguration of the Internado Centro Cultural Mapuche, and discuss its mission with their guest, First Lady Hillary Clinton, 19 April 1998.
First Lady Hillary Clinton speaking at the closing ceremony of the Peace Corps in Chile, Santiago, Chile
First Lady Hillary Clinton speaking at the closing ceremony of the Peace Corps in Chile, Santiago, Chile
First Lady Hillary Clinton speaking at the United States Embassy in Santiago for the closing ceremony of the Peace Corps in Chile after four decades of service, 20 April 1998.
Peace Corps Volunteer Amanda Herrera walking hand-in-hand with a group of Mapuche children going to the opening of the Internado Centro Cultural Mapuche, Temuco, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Amanda Herrera walking hand-in-hand with a group of Mapuche children going to the opening of the Internado Centro Cultural Mapuche, Temuco, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Amanda Herrera with Mapuche children in traditional dress going to the inauguration of the Mapuche Cultural Center. Behind is the completed Internado Cento Cultural Mapuche, 19 April 1998.
Peace Corps Volunteer Barbara Honer dances with Mapuche villagers, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Barbara Honer dances with Mapuche villagers, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Barbara Honer worked with the Mapuche community, Chile, 1968.
Peace Corps Volunteer Bertram Millhouse stands with a group of people at the Universidad Técnica del Estado in Santiago, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bertram Millhouse stands with a group of people at the Universidad Técnica del Estado in Santiago, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bertram Millhouse, who served in Chile, taught communication classes at the Universidad Técnica del Estado in Santiago, Chile, 1966/1967.
Peace Corps Volunteer Bill Davis does a Mapuche dance with his neighbors, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bill Davis does a Mapuche dance with his neighbors, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bill Davis 1965-1967 worked in rural community development projects in the campo near Lautaro. Davis worked with reforestation and the improvement of rabbit raising methods projects in 1967.
Peace Corps Volunteer Bill Egan with friends at  Población Colo Colo, Nueva Palena, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bill Egan with friends at Población Colo Colo, Nueva Palena, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bill Egan worked in urban community development in Nueva Palena, Chile. Egan worked with the community to build homes during Chile's mid-1960s urban housing deficit. This self-help housing project received a lot of publicity from New York Times reporter, Juan de Onis, philosopher Walter Lippmann, Robert Kennedy, and President Nixon.
Peace Corps Volunteer Blanch Everhard sits next to a student at a loom during her weaving class at the Instituto de Educación Rural in Curicó, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Blanch Everhard sits next to a student at a loom during her weaving class at the Instituto de Educación Rural in Curicó, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Blanch Everhard taught weaving at the Instituto de Educación Rural in Curicó, Chile, 1966/1967.
Peace Corps Volunteer Bob Laine helping a student with arithmetic, San Fernando, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bob Laine helping a student with arithmetic, San Fernando, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Bob Laine taught arithmetic to campesinos, and assisted with rural health programs in San Fernando, Chile, 1965/1967.
Peace Corps Volunteer Brian Loveman goes over site plans with members of the town committee selected to direct the relocation project, Trovolhue, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Brian Loveman goes over site plans with members of the town committee selected to direct the relocation project, Trovolhue, Chile
Peace Corps Volunteer Brian Loveman worked with a community development project to help relocate and rebuild Trovolhue, which began experiencing annual flooding after the 1960 earthquake. Loveman worked directly with the townspeople on the project, 1965/1968.

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