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Charlotte Barnum

Charlotte Cynthia Barnum (May 17, 1860 – March 27, 1934), mathematician and social activist, was the first woman to receive a Ph.D in mathematics from Yale University. After receiving her Ph.D., Charlotte Barnum taught at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota for one year. She then left academia, and did civilian and governmental applied mathematics and editorial work the remainder of her career.

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Samuel Weed Barnum
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United States Department of Agriculture
United States Naval Observatory
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
Yale University Press
Smith College
Phillipston
Phillipston
Middletown
United States of America
Yale University
Vassar College
Johns Hopkins University
American Mathematical Society
American Mathematical Society

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  • Find A Grave memorial ID: 22321177
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  • Mathematics Genealogy Project ID: 38051
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