I found this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Russell_Webb"In 1887 Web wrote two letters to Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian. In fact Webb's first clear step toward Islam was expressed in these correspondence. These letters were published then in Mirza Ahmad's book "Shahne e Haqq" page page 372 and 439."
He worked hard propogating Islam in the USA...he was not an Ahamdi!!!!!!
He resigned his post in 1892 and toured India then returned to the U.S. His family stayed in San Francisco until he sent for them.
Settling in New York, he established the Oriental Publishing Company at 1122 Upper Broadway. This company published his writings (including his magnum opus- Islam in America), such as:
Islam in America - contained 70 pages divided into eight chapters namely:
I) Why I Became a Muslim
II) An Outline of Islamic Faith
III) The Five Pillars of Practice
IV) Islam in Its Philosophic Aspect
V) Polygamy and the Purdah
VI) Popular Errors Refuted
VII) The Muslim Defensive Wars
VIII) The American Islamic Propaganda