Dale R. Henning, Anthropology
Title: Dale R. Henning,
Creator: Henning, Dale R., 1931-
Quantity: 1 box (0.2 linear
Collection Number: RG 12-05-10
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Preferred Citation: Dale R. Henning, Anthropology Papers (RG 12-05-10). Archives & Special
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Born on 22 June 1931 in Everret, Washington, Dale R. Henning received his B.A. in
1953 from Luther College in Iowa, his M.A. from the University of Iowa in 1960, and
his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 1969. He served as Professor of
Anthropology at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln from 1968 until 1979. During
that time he also acted as Principle Investigator for Research in the Clarence
Cannon Dam Project in northeastern Missouri. Henning published several articles and
served as editor of the Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society.
Scope and Content:
The Henning Papers consist of original copies of entire archaeological publications
that contain articles authored, co-authored, or edited by Henning.
Archaeology -- Iowa
Clarence Cannon Dam (Mo.)
Indian pottery -- North America
Indians of North America -- Iowa
Iowa -- Antiquities
Mill Creek culture -- Iowa
Minnesota -- Antiquities
Box 1. Folder 1. "Oneota Ceramics In Iowa," Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, vol.
11, no. 2, 1961, Oct.
Box 1. Folder 2. "Re-Articulated Burials from the Upper Iowa
River Valley," Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, vol.
13, 1963, July-1964, June, 1965, Nov.
Box 1. Folder 3. "Climatic Change and the Mill Creek Culture
of Iowa, Part I and Part II," Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, vol.
15, 1968, Dec.
Box 1. Folder 4. "Climatic Change and the Mill Creek Culture
of Iowa, Part II," Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, vol.
16, 1969, Dec.
Box 1. Folder 5. "Origins of Mill Creek," Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, vol.
18, 1971, Dec.
Box 1. Folder 6. Symposium papers, "Great Oasis Ceramics
Some Studies of Minnesota Prehistoric Ceramics," First Council for
Minnesota Archeology, 1976
Box 1. Folder 7. Interim report, Cultural Reservoir Human
Ecology Project: A Regional Approach to Cultural Continuity and
Change, St. Louis District U.S. Corps of Engineers, 1979