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|Abstract||James Tillman, possibly of Person County, N.C., worked as a school teacher in the 1810s. Tillman's cipher book is a collection of mathematical lessons, including rules and sample problems in arithmetic, algebra, and geometry, with many lessons showing a practical or vocational focus.|
|Creator||Tillman, James, fl. 1817.|
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James Tillman, possibly of Person County, N.C., worked as a school teacher in the 1810s.Back to Top
The collection consists of North Carolina teacher James Tillman's cipher book of mathematical lessons, including rules and sample problems in arithmetic, algebra, and geometry, with many lessons showing a practical or vocational focus.Back to Top
Processed by: Brian Dietz, August 2005
Encoded by: Brian Dietz, August 2005Back to Top