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  1. Essay Review: Hustlers and Patrons of Science, Millikan's School: A History of the California Institute of Technology, Partners in Science: Foundations and Natural Scientists 1900–1945Millikan's School: A History of the California Institute of Technology. GoodsteinJudith R. . Pp. 317. £17.95.Partners in Science: Foundations and Natural Scientists 1900–1945. KohlerRobert E. . Pp. Xvi + 415. £27.95.Jack Morrell - 1993 - History of Science 31 (1):65-82.
  • Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Astronomy: Science in a Developing Nation.Norriss S. Hetherington - 1983 - Annals of Science 40 (1):61-80.
    Many mid-nineteenth-century American astronomers who added little or nothing to the advancement of knowledge nevertheless merit attention for their efforts to advance science in a developing nation. They wrote needed textbooks, developed scientific exchanges, and attempted, not always with lasting success, to establish scientific institutions. O. M. Mitchel's trials with the Cincinnati Observatory and his journal The Sidereal Messenger are more sympathetically understood in the context of science in a developing nation than as scientific research. The theme of science in (...)
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