Author:Denison Olmsted

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Denison Olmsted
American physicist and astronomer
Denison Olmsted


  • Student's Commonplace Books (1828)
  • Introduction to Natural Philosophy in 2 volumes (1831)
  • Compendium of Natural Philosophy (1832)
  • "Observations on the Meteors of November 13th, 1833" in The American journal of science and arts, volume 25. pages 363–411 (1834)
  • Introduction to Astronomy (1839)
  • Compendium of Astronomy (1841)
  • Letters on Astronomy, Addressed to a Lady (1841)
  • Life and Writings of Ebenezer Porter Mason (1842)
  • Rudiments of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy (1844)

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