MISTRESS OF SCIENCE: The Story of the Remarkable Janet Taylor, Pioneer of Sea Navigation
Born in 1804, she was one of the most remarkable scientists of the period, and yet until now her story has not been told. A gifted mathematician, astronomer, author and instrument maker, she also possessed extraordinary skills as a teacher of navigation and businesswoman. This is the story of Janet Taylor's rise to prominence. 16 pages of photos, many in color.
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