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**Laugwitz, Detlef**
(1997)

On the historical development of infinitesimal mathematics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 447-455).
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Article
**Hamrick, Kathy B.**
(1996)

The history of the hand-held electronic calculator.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 633-639).
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**McMurran, Shawnee L.; Tattersall, James J.**
(1996)

The mathematical collaboration of M.L. Cartwright and J.E. Littlewood.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 833-845).
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**White, Arthur T.**
(1996)

Fabian Stedman: The first group theorist?.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 771-778).
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**Doob, Joseph L.**
(1996)

The development of rigor in mathematical probability, 1900-1950.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 586-595).
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**Kleiner, Israel**
(1996)

The genesis of the abstract ring concept.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 417-424).
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Review
**Deakin, M.A.B.**
(1996)

Review of "Hypatia of Alexandria. Translated by F. Lyra".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
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**Bateman, Paul T.; Diamond, Harold G.**
(1996)

A hundred years of prime numbers.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 729-741).
(/isis/citation/CBB000074103/)

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**Davis, Philip J.**
(1995)

The rise, fall, and possible transfiguration of triangle geometry: A mini-history.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 204-214).
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**Rosen, Michael I.**
(1995)

Niels Hendrik Abel and equations of the fifth degree.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 495-505).
(/isis/citation/CBB000061095/)

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**Grattan-Guinness, Ivor**
(1995)

Why did George Green write his essay of 1828 on electricity and magnetism?.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 387-396).
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**Zabell, S.L.**
(1995)

Alan Turing and the central limit theorem.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 483-494).
(/isis/citation/CBB000060963/)

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**Kreyszig, Erwin**
(1994)

On the calculus of variations and its major influences on the mathematics of the first half of our century.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 674).
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**Deakin, Michael A.B.**
(1994)

Hypatia and her mathematics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 234-243).
(/isis/citation/CBB000063376/)

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**Davis, Philip J.**
(1994)

Otto Neugebauer: Reminiscences and appreciation.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 129-131).
(/isis/citation/CBB000063298/)

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**Gray, Robert**
(1994)

Georg Cantor and transcendental numbers.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 819-832).
(/isis/citation/CBB000032495/)

Review
**Smoryński, C.**
(1994)

Review of "Brouwer's intuitionism".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000134715/)

Review
**Swetz, F.**
(1994)

Review of "Fleeting footsteps: Tracing the conception of arithmetic and algebra in ancient China".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000128949/)

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**Needham, Tristan**
(1993)

Newton and the transmutation of force.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 119-137).
(/isis/citation/CBB000063655/)

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**Gardner, J. Helen; Wilson, Robin J.**
(1993)

Thomas Archer Hirst--Mathematician Xtravagant. I: A Yorkshire surveyor. II: Student days in Germany. III: Göttingen and Berlin. IV: Queenwood, France and Italy. V: London in the 1860s. VI: Years of decline.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 435).
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