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Benjamin Banneker's Inscribed Equilateral Triangle - References

Author(s): 
John F. Mahoney (Benjamin Banneker Academic High School)

Adams, Daniel. Scholars Arithmetic or Federal Accountant, 1802, Leominster, MA

Bedini, Silvio A. The Life of Benjamin Banneker: The First African American Man of Science, 2nd ed. Baltimore, MD. Maryland Historical Society, 1999

Benjamin Banneker Association: www.bannekermath.org

Eglash, Ron, "The African Heritage of Benjamin Banneker", in Social Studies of Science, Volume 27, Issue 2 (April 1997)

Fasanelli, Florence D, "Benjamin Banneker's Life and Mathematics: Web of Truth? Legends as Facts; Man vs. Legend," a talk given on January 8, 2004, at the MAA/AMS meeting in Phoenix, AZ.

Lumpkin, Beatrice, "From Egypt to Benjamin Banneker: African Origins of False Position Solutions", in Vita Mathematica: Historical Research and Integration with Teaching, MAA Notes, Vol 40 (1996).

Lumpkin, Beatrice, "Mathematical Puzzles and Exercises from Banneker's Manuscript Journal" an unpublished manuscript. Dr. Lumpkin taught at Malcolm X College in Chicago.

Mahoney, John F., "Benjamin Banneker's Mathematical Puzzles" in NCTM's Mathematics Teacher, Vol 96, #2, February, 2003.

Mahoney, John F., "Benjamin Banneker and Single Position" in NCTM's Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol 10, #7, March, 2004

Mahoney, John F., "Benjamin Banneker and the Law of Sines" in NCTM's Mathematics Teacher, Vol 98, #6, February, 2005.

Tyson, Martha E. Banneker, The Afric-American Astronomer, Philadelphia Friends Book Association, 1884. (Copy at the Maryland Historical Society)

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