James Neil Sites (March 20, 1924 – October 10, 2015) was an American novelist.
Sites was born in 1924 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
He served 3½ years in the United States Merchant Marine during World War II, mainly in the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean. He is a journalism graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and a member of the Wayne Honorary Society. His career includes being a powerplant engineer, reporter, editor, publisher, Eisenhower Fellow, Washington public relations/editorial counsellor and government official during the Gerald Ford administration.
He died in Oslo, Norway in October 2015 at the age of 91.
- Quest for Crisis: A World-Ranging Search for Clues in the Transport Future (1963 Simmons-Boardman)
- America: The Search and The Secret (1998 Jesse Stuart Foundation)
- Inger! A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America (2006 ScanAm Communications/Jesse Stuart Foundation)
- Three Inspiring Images of Our Lives, Our World, Our Time (2014 Jesse Stuart Foundation)
- "Minneside for James Neil Sites". vareminnesider.no.
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