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Other Math History Sites
History of Mathematics (http://members.aol.com/bbyars1/contents.html) - A brief (9 pages) but entertaining history of math, focusing mostly on ancient geometry. Written in story format, accessible to 5th grade and up.
Women Mathematicians (http://www.scottlan.edu/lriddle/women/women.html) - Offers brief biographies of many women mathematicians, arranged alphabetically or chronologically. Provides refrences, some links. Tends to focus on life stories as opposed to famous problems. Accessible to everyone - check it out!
MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive (http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history) - An extensive network of bibliographies and descriptions of great problems - perhaps the most comprehensive math history site on the Web.
History of Mathematics Homepage (http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/mathhist.html) - A great reference site, by David Joyce. Organized by subject, timeline, chronology, and region (you choose), this site will give you the web addresses of sites on a given subject or mathematician, as well as a bibliography of books on the subject/person.
A Modern History of Blacks in Mathematics
Prime NumbersIvars Peterson's MathLand - 'Prime Gaps'
Probability/CombinatoricsPascal's Triangle, Combinatorics, and other Probability Problems in the Dr. Math Archives
Historical remarks: Irrationality of e and Liouville - posted by Dave L. Renfro to the sci.math newsgroup on 22 July, 2005
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