Nebraska Authors

Harold J. Farrall

Born 1918-03-25 Harvard, NE (USA)

Died 2016-01-09
Harvard, NE (USA)

Buried 2016-01-14
Harvard, NE (USA)
Harvard Cemetery

Places Lived

Harvard, NE
Grand Island, NE
Ainsworth, NE
Hastings, NE
Denver, CO

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

History; Religion

Education

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, 1940, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

Occupation

Accountant
Author

Places Worked

United States Navy
United States Bureau of Reclamation
Dutton-Lainson Company, Hastings, NE
Accounting Firm, Hastings, NE

Honors

Regents Scholarship, University of Nebraska

Associations

Member of the American Accounting Association
American Management Association
Federal Accounting Association
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Mensa
Knights of Pythias
Veterans of Foreign Wars
American Legion
International Church of God

Bibliography

The Rise and Fall of the United States. 1992.
A Stench in the Nostrils of God: The Fall of the United States with Biblical References. 2010.

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