Ferrell, Nancy Warren

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FERRELL, Nancy Warren

FERRELL, Nancy Warren. American, b. 1932. Genres: Adult non-fiction, Children's non-fiction, Education. Career: Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools, Sitka, AK, elementary teacher at Mount Edgecumbe Hospital, 1958-61; Department of Labor, Juneau, AK, writer of course studies for Manpower Development and Training Agency (MDTA) programs, 1963, writer and editor of Trends magazine, 1964-66, director of Alaska bureau of labor statistics, 1964-67; Juneau Public Library, Juneau, part-time technician, 1980-96; freelance author and editor. Lecturer at jails and for panels, community groups, and religious organizations; teacher at workshops for young writers. Publications: NONFICTION CHILDREN'S BOOKS: The Fishing Industry, 1984; Passports to Peace, 1986; New World of Amateur Radio, 1986; Camouflage, Nature's Defense, 1989; U.S. Coast Guard, 1989; U.S. Air Force, 1990; Alaska: A Land in Motion, 1994; Battle of the Little Bighorn, 1996; Destination Valdez, 1998. ADULT NONFICTION: Barrett Willoughby: Alaska's Forgotten Lady, 1994; Early Years of Juneau, Alaska, 1997; Alaska's Heroes, 2002. Contributor of fiction and nonfiction to periodicals. Address: Box 20005, Juneau, AK 99802, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]