Notable Women in the Physical Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary

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1.
Margaret Ogilvie, Women in Science: Antiquity through the Nineteenth Century: A Biographical Dictionary with Annotated Bibliography ( Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1986), p. 150.
2.
Joan Marlow, "Ellen Swallow Richards (1842-1911), Founder of Home Economics," in The Great Woman ( New York: A and W Publications, 1979), p. 130.
3.
G. Kass-Simon, "Ellen Swallow Richards and the Ecology Movement: Righting the Record," in Women of Science: Righting the Record, eds. G. Kass-Simon and Patricia Fames ( Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990), p. 153.
4.
Hamilton Cravens, "Establishing the Science of Nutrition at the USDA: Ellen Swallow Richards and Her Allies," Agricultural History 64, no. 2 ( 1990):127.
5.
G. Kass-Simon, "Ellen Swallow Richards," p. 152.
6.
Joan Macksey and Kenneth Macksey, Book of Women's Achievements ( New York: Stein and Day, 1975), p. 16.
7.
Ann Wintriss, "Profile: Ellen Swallow," Human Ecology Forum 7, no. 3 ( 1977): 16.
8.
G. Kass-Simon, "Ellen Swallow Richards," p. 153.
9.
Quoted in Wintriss, "Profile," p. 16.
10.
Ogilvie, Women in Science, p. 151.
11.
Margaret Rossiter, "Women Scientists in America before 1920," American Scientist 62 ( May-June 1974): 321.
12.
G. Kass-Simon, "Ellen Swallow Richards," p. 155.

Bibliography

Clarke Robert. Ellen Swallow: The Woman Who Founded Ecology. Chicago: Follett, 1973.

Cowan Ruth Schwartz. "Ellen Swallow Richards: Technology and Women," in Technology in America: A History of Individuals and Ideas. Edited by Carroll W. Pursell . Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1990.

Douty Esther (Morris). America's First Woman Chemist, Ellen Richards. New York: Messner, 1961.

Frankfort Roberta. "Epilogue: Ellen H. Richards and the New Professional Education for Women," in Collegiate Women: Domesticity and Career in Turn- of-the-Century America. New York: New York University Press, 1977.

Hunt Caroline Louisa. The Life of Ellen H. Richards. Boston: Whitcomb & Barrows, 1912.

Kass-Simon G. "Ellen Swallow Richards and the Ecology Movement: Righting the Record," in Women of Science: Righting the Record. Edited by G. Kass- Simon and Patricia Fames. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.

Ogilvie Margaret. Women in Science, Antiquity through the Nineteenth Century: A Biographical Dictionary with Annotated Bibliography. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1986.

Richards Ellen Henrietta (Swallow). Air, Water, and Foodfrom a Sanitary Standpoint. 2nd ed. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, 1904.

-----. Conservation by Sanitation: Air and Water Supply Disposal of Waste. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, 1911.

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