Susan Faye (born Walter Faw) Cannon

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Susan Faye (born Walter Faw) Cannon (15 October 1925 – 6 November 1981) was an American historian of science, best known for their study of uniformitarian geology and the overall state of science in the 19th century..


Publications

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  • Cannon (1960): Cannon, Susan Faye. (1960) The Problem of Miracles in the 1830s. Victorian Studies 4 (1), 4-32.
  • Cannon (1961a): Cannon, Susan Faye. (1961) John Herschel and the Idea of Science. Journal of the History of Ideas 22 (2), 215-239.
  • Cannon (1961b): Cannon, Susan Faye. (1961) The Impact of Uniformitarianism: Two Letters from John Herschel to Charles Lyell, 1836-37. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 105 (3), 310-314.

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