waabu
Francis J. O'Brien, Jr.
Applied Math., Engineering, Algonquian Studies
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My docs were deleted inadvertently for about 2 weeks. They were restored on 4 June 13! |||| Scientist, inventor & writer. Employed by US Govt., Naval Station Newport. RI native. Veteran, USAF. Ph.D. Columbia. Former President, Aquidneck Indian Council. Website lists publications in (1) Algonquian Studies (2) math./stat. (3) poetry (4) essays. Latest books: (a) 500 Integrals (DocStore) and (b) A Cultural History of the Native Peoples of Southern New England (Bauu Press). Recent book is Understanding Indian Place Names in Southern New England (on Amazon) Cheers! e-mail: francis.j.obrien@navy.mil francis28@cox.net
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Professional Information:
company: US Navy
title: Scientist & Diversity Program Manager
industry: Defense & Space
Address:
city: Newport
state: RI, zip: 2840
country: United States
Education:
undergraduate: RI College
degree: B.A. (Philo)
year: 1973
graduate: Teachers College & Grad. Sch Arts & Sciences, Columbia
degree: M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
year: 1980






A Derivation of the Limits of the Sample Multivariate Correlation Coefficient
From: waabu | Date: 1/15/2009  | Views: 55

Undergraduate applied statistics paper more>>

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Algonquian Vocabulary: Spirits and Family Relations
From: waabu | Date: 5/26/2009  | Views: 50

Reprinted from American Indian Studies in the Extinct Languages of Southeastern New England, 2005. Newport, RI: Aquidneck Indian Council. more>>

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Algonquian Vocabulary: Fish and Aquatic Animals
From: waabu | Date: 5/26/2009  | Views: 151

Reprinted from American Indian Studies in the Extinct Languages of Southeastern New England, 2005. Newport, RI: Aquidneck Indian Council. more>>

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The Word “Squaw” in Historical and Modern Sources
From: waabu | Date: 5/26/2009  | Views: 469

Reprinted from American Indian Studies in the Extinct Languages of Southeastern New England, 2005. Newport, RI: Aquidneck Indian Council. more>>

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The Rabbit Story
From: waabu | Date: 6/24/2009  | Views: 209

An Algonquian Indian legend --The Rabbit Story--recorded by Princess Red Wing. Translation into Massachsuett language was the first attempt to use... ...  more>>

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Historic American Indian Place Names, Geographical Area and Density in New England: A Statistical Note
From: waabu | Date: 7/23/2012  | Views: 241

Description and statistical analysis of Indian place names distributed by language/dialect in John C. Huden's New England Indian place names text. ...  more>>

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Reflections
From: waabu | Date: 3/9/2009  | Views: 62

Chapbook--some of earliest poems from UGrad school through 80s more>>

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Mankind in Defense of Womankind: Some Thoughts After Reading More About SMPY
From: waabu | Date: 3/10/2009  | Views: 51

Appeared in Integra Vol R No 5 Feb 1990 Reaction to national study on differences between males and females in math achievement more>>

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Philosophical Essay on Freedom II
From: waabu | Date: 5/26/2009  | Views: 41

Essay submitted 1977 at Teachers College Columbia Philosophy of Education course taught by Prof Maxine Greene more>>

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