Nebraska Authors

Anne P. Diffendal

Born 1943 Charlotte, NC (USA)

A historian by trade, Diffendal spent much of her career as an archivist. She served as a consultant on a wide variety of archival and historical projects throughout the United States. She is the wife of Robert F. Diffendal, Jr..

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Atlanta, GA
St. Charles, IL

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Geology; History; Lewis and Clark

Education

Bachelor in History, Barry University, 1964
Master of Arts in History, Emory University, 1965
Doctor of Philosophy in History, University Nebraska, 1974

Occupation

Historian
Professor
Archivist
Curator

Places Worked

Georgia Department Archives and History
St. Dominic College
National Museum Roller Skating
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, NE

Associations

Society American Archivists
Consultant Native American Rights Fund
Midwest Archives Conference

Bibliography

City Shapers: Five Events that Defined Lincoln. 1987. (Contributor to the book by L.L. Hillegass)
History of Ameritas, 1887 to 1999. 2000.
Lewis and Clark and the Geology of the Great Plains. 2004. (with Robert Diffendal)

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