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San Diego Biographies     View
Collection of biographies of individuals who have "played a significant role in San Diego history," such as Clara Breed, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, Wyatt Earp, Gaspar de Portola, Jonas Salk, and Father Junipero Serra. Photos accompany most bi ...

Black History: Biographies     View
The Thompson-Gale Group has created a free online resource containing biographies of famous African Americans. Information includes extensive biographical sketches, hypertext links that allow for cross-referencing amongst related individuals, and a s ...

Biographies of Women Mathematicians     View
"These pages are part of an on-going project by students in mathematics classes at Agnes Scott College, in Atlanta, Georgia, to illustrate the numerous achievements of women in the field of mathematics. There are brief comments on many of the women ...

Composer Biographies     View
A site of brief biographical sketches of some of the more well-known classical composers.

GeneaBios: Biographies for Genealogy     View
A free website with a searchable database of biographies for genealogy research and links to biographies on other sites.

Mathematician Biographies     View
Do you need information about someone famous in the field of mathematics? This site has many biographies of mathematicians from all time periods.

Biographies of Women Mathematicians     View
Biographical information on more than 125 women mathematicians. The biographies, which vary in size, are indexed alphabetically by name and chronologically by century of the mathematician's birth. All biographies are fully referenced. Only a few are ...

NASA Astronaut Biographies     View
Information, including biographies, of the more than 150 astronauts in the U.S. space program since 1995. Other features include information on Russian cosmonauts involved in US/Russian programs and information about payload specialists: "indivi ...

Biographies: Nostradamus     View
Brief biography of Michel de Nostredame, known as Nostradamus, who was born in France in 1503, was appointed Royal Physician to King Charles IX in 1564, and is remembered as a seer. From the Biography Channel.

Women in Neuroscience Biographies     View
This small collection "highlights women who are contributing to our knowledge of neuroscience today." Profiles include background and education, how the women became interested in neuroscience, and what they do in their jobs. Part of a webs ...



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