**References**

Here is a list of all the references that were used to obtain the infromation
included

in this web site. I was unable to find any information about Stubblefield

in any book, so these are mostly web references.

Burton, David M. *Elementary
Number Theory, Second Edition.* Wm.C. Brown

Publishers. Dubuque, Iowa (1989), 55-56,250-254. (Burton) Very useful for

history of perfect numbers, definitions and proofs.

*Famous Quotes By Black Americans.*

http://www.sabine.k12.la.us/mjhs/famous_quotes_by_black_americans.htm

(quotes) We used this to get a good quote that would apply to our writer.

*Interview with Bob Richardson*,
professor at Appalachian State University.

(interview) This was very useful in getting information about Beauregard when

he worked here at Appalachian State University.

*Lower bounds for odd perfect
numbers (beyond the googol)*, Black

Mathematicians and Their Works, Dorrance & Co. Ardmore, Pa.

(1980), 211-222. (lower) Was useful for getting ideas that Stubblefield studied.

*Mathematics of the African
Diaspora: Beaurguard Stubblefield*. http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/PEEPS/stubblefield_beaurgard.html
(mad)

Very useful for publications and places of employment.

*Natural Numbers and Whole
Numbers.*

http://www.homeworkhelp.com/..r/text/math/middle/6th/chap1/pg1/main.htm

(natural) Used for the definition of natural numbers.

*String theory and quantum
cosmology*.

http://www.maths.ex.ac.uk/~mwatkins/zeta/physics5.htm (string) Used to

determine what perfect numbers are used for today.

*Transcript of an Interview
with Stubblefield.* Conducted by Dr. Albert Lewis.

Educational Advancement Foundation. Austin, Texas(1999), 1-26. (transcript)

Was very useful in learning about the life of Beauregard Stubblefield.