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Browse the History and Biography section of the Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library. Visit, in particular, the history collections from the MacTutor Math History Archive (St. Andrews) and David Joyce's History of Mathematics at Clark University.

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  Reference Sites - browse Internet Math Library reference materials, especially:

Animated Math Glossary - Harcourt Brace
Flash Cards for Kids - CANITech
Mathematical Quotations Server - Mark Woodard, Furman University
Weights and Measures - Jacques J. Proot
Biographies of Women Mathematicians - Agnes Scott College

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