Monthly Archives: October 2021

“Mathematical education” by G. St. L. Carson

This is the other book I mentioned finding at the Book Barn.  It is a collection of eight lectures delivered by the author in 1912 and 1913, and a fascinating historical document.  Some features that I found particularly interesting follow. … Continue reading

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Deaths of trees

I don’t have anything to say here except to record some articles I’ve read at some point, about deaths of trees: both individuals (a white mulberry on the National Mall and a white oak in New Jersey) and entire species … Continue reading

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