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Who Was Miss Mullikin? References

Who Was Miss Mullikin?

Thomas L. Bartlow and David E. Zitarelli

The following article, which appeared in the American Mathematical Monthly, 116, no. 2 (February 2009): 99-114, is available as a PDF as well.

Table of Contents
1Introduction
2Dissertation
3Mathematical Legacy
4Teaching Career
5Life and Family
6Conclusion
7Archival Sources
8References

8. REFERENCES.

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