References for Annie Jump Cannon

  1. O Gingerich, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990). See THIS LINK.
  1. C M Camp, Collective Biographies: American Astronomers, Searchers and Wonderers (Springfield, New Jersey, 1996).
  2. 3. B Z Jones and Lyle Boyd, The Harvard College Observatory: The First Four Directorships, 1839-1919 (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1971).
  1. Annie Jump Cannon, Encyclopedia of World Biography.
  2. Annie Jump Cannon, Brooklyn Museum.
  3. Annie Jump Cannon Award in Astronomy, American Astronomical Society.
  4. Astronomers find new class of starlike objects, Del Rio News Herald (Del Rio, Texas, 10 June 1998).
  5. P F Bok, Annie Jump Cannon, 1863-1941, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 53 (313) (1941), 168-170.
  6. L Campbell, Annie Jump Cannon, Popular Astronomy 49 (August 1941), 345-347.
  7. J Des Jardins, To Embrace or Decline Marriage and Family: Annie Jump Cannon and the Women of the Harvard Observatory, 1880-1940, in The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History of Women in Science (Feminist Press, New York, 2010), 88-116.
  8. H Fitzgerald, Counted the Stars in the Heavens, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York, 18 September 1927).
  9. G Greenstein, The Ladies of Observatory Hill: Annie Jump Cannon and Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, The American Scholar 62 (3) (1993), 437-446.
  10. P A Kidwell, Three Women of American Astronomy, American Scientist 78 (3) (1990), 244-251.
  11. J M, The Award of the Draper Medal to Dr Annie J Cannon, The Scientific Monthly 34 (4) (1932), 378-379.
  12. P Mack, Straying from their orbits: Women in astronomy in America, in G Kass-Simon, P Farnes and D Nash (eds.), Women of Science: Righting the Record (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, USA, 1990)
  13. Noted Woman of Science Dies, The Capital Journal (Salem, Oregon, 14 April 1941).
  14. C Payne-Gaposchkin, Annie Jump Cannon, Science (May 9, 1941)
  15. C Payne-Gaposchkin, Miss Cannon and Stellar Spectroscopy, The Telescope 8 (May-June 1941), 62-63.
  16. E D Schafer, Cannon, Annie Jump (1863-1941), Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia (Gale Research Inc., 2002).
  17. R L Waterfield, Annie Jump Cannon, Nature (June 14, 1941)
  18. Woman Astronomer Discovers a Star, The Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois, 9 July 1905).
  19. Woman Astronomer Honored by Oxford University, The Science News-Letter 6 (220) (1925), 5.
  20. Woman making Index of 100,000 Stars for a Catalogue, The Danville Morning News (Danville, Pennsylvania, 10 February 1913).
  21. Woman's Prize, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York, 5 February 1935).