A description of a long-running conference in which undergraduate mathematics students gather to share their research on the history of mathematics.

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Two posters illustrating the major milestones in the history of mathematics, from the first ideas of "number" to the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.

Website containing much information on mathematical symbolism and terminology, as well as portraits of mathematicians from postage stamps.

This book describes some of the so-called temple geometry problems that Japanese mathematicians posed and solved beginning in the seventeenth century.

A collection of short pieces detailing how Euler solved a particular mathematics problem.

Tartaglia's method for solving cubics, which he eventually explained to Cardano.

This website is connected to the book, The Joy of Pi. It has numerous interesting facts about pi, with links to additional sites.

Paul Halmos Photograph Collection, page 3: M. Auslander, R. Baer, Banchoff, C. N. Moore, I. A. Barnett, P. Erdos, and Lida Barrett

Archimedes' work, The Method, explained, along with many other important ideas of the great Greek geometer.

A CD with eleven modules, each containing numerous activities designed to help secondary teachers use the history of mathematics to teach mathematics.