A Memoir of Zerah Colburn: Written by Himself. Containing an Account of the First Discovery of His Remarkable Powers; His Travels in America and Residence in Europe; a History of the Various Plans Devised for His Patronage; His Return to this Country, and the Causes which Led Him to His Present Profession; with His Peculiar Methods of Calculation
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