Nebraska Authors

Sherrill Daniels

Long time Friends of Loren Eiseley member. Familiar with our Dorothy Thomas collection.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Plattsmouth, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

History; Literary Scholarship

Education

University of Kansas, B.A., 1966 (English)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Ph.D., 1986
Columbia University Rare Book School, 1987

Occupation

Director of Reference Services, N.S.H.S.
Library Assistant
Visiting English Instructor at UNL
Principal of St. John's Catholic Middle School

Places Worked

Nebraska State Historical Society
UNL
St. John's Catholic School, Plattsmouth, Nebraska

Associations

Friends of Loren Eiseley
Writing and Storytelling Festival

Bibliography

"So Different from Country Life": The 1888 Omaha Letters of Frisby L. Rasp. 1990. (for Nebraska History)
Critical Biography of Dorothy Thomas.

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