Hanna, G. Dallas

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Biographical History

G Dallas Hanna (1887-1970) was born in Carlisle, Arkansas, in 1887. In 1911, he attended the University of Kansas and studied zoology, paleontology and chemistry. He worked for the United States Bureau of Fisheries and conducted work in Alaska, documenting aquatic biology and wildlife; and also worked for the California Academy of Sciences. Much of his field work was conducted in Alaska. He died in 1970.

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California Academy of Science. (2011). Inventory to the Papers of G. Dallas Hanna at the California Academy of Sciences Library MSS.208. Retrieved February 9, 2012 from http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt7v19s2c7

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  • California Academy of Science: Hanna worked in a number of capacities for the institution.
  • United States. Bureau of Fisheries : Worked for US Bureau of Fisheries.

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1887

Death Date

1970

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