Theodore Strong and ante-bellum american mathematics.

*(English)*Zbl 0469.01006##### MSC:

01A55 | History of mathematics in the 19th century |

01A70 | Biographies, obituaries, personalia, bibliographies |

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American mathematics##### References:

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