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According to Wikipedia, Norman Earl Steenrod was an American mathematician most widely known for his contributions to the field of algebraic topology. Life He was born in Dayton, Ohio, and educated at Miami University and University of Michigan . After receiving a master's degree from Harvard University in 1934, he enrolled at Princeton University. He completed his Ph.D. under the direction of Solomon Lefschetz, with a thesis titled Universal homology groups.

- Topology of Fibre Bundles (1951) (1995)
- Foundations of Algebraic Topology (1952) (1110)
- The Topology of Fibre Bundles. (PMS-14) (1951) (1039)
- A convenient category of topological spaces. (1967) (441)
- The Group of Isometries of a Riemannian Manifold (1939) (323)
- Products of Cocycles and Extensions of Mappings (1947) (269)
- Axiomatic Approach to Homology Theory. (1945) (98)
- Homology With Local Coefficients (1943) (93)
- Regular Cycles of Compact Metric Spaces (1940) (91)
- The cohomology of classifying spaces of $H$-spaces (1965) (86)
- Cohomology Invariants of Mappings. (1947) (74)
- Monotone Transformations of Two-Dimensional Manifolds (1938) (61)
- Milgram's classifying space of a topological group (1968) (56)
- Cohomology operations, and obstructions to extending continuous functions : colloquium lectures, August 1957 (1972) (56)
- The Classification of Sphere Bundles (1944) (54)
- Reduced Powers of Cohomology Classes (1952) (54)
- Homology Groups of Symmetric Groups and Reduced Power Operations. (1953) (38)
- Universal Homology Groups (1936) (37)
- Homotopy Relations in Fibre Spaces. (1941) (37)
- Vector Fields on the n-Sphere. (1951) (37)
- Cyclic Reduced Powers of Cohomology Classes. (1953) (36)
- Cohomology operations derived from the symmetric group (1956) (24)
- Topological Methods for the Construction of Tensor Functions (1942) (23)
- On Universal Homology Groups. (1935) (19)
- Polynomial algebras over the algebra of cohomology operations (1971) (18)
- First Concepts of Topology: The Geometry of Mappings of Segments, Curves, Circles, and Disks (1966) (18)
- The Work and Influence of Professor S. Lefschetz in Algebraic Topology (1957) (14)
- Cohomology operations derived from cyclic groups (1958) (12)
- First Concepts of Topology: Existence Theorems in Dimension (1966) (6)
- Reviews of papers in algebraic and differential topology, topological groups, and homological algebra (1968) (6)
- Review: J. W. Tukey, Convergence and Uniformity in Topology (1941) (6)
- First Concepts of Topology: Introduction (1966) (5)
- Finite arc-sums (1934) (5)
- The Steenrod algebra and its applications : a conference to celebrate N. E. Steenrod's sixtieth birthday : proceedings of the conference held at the Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, March 30th-April 4th, 1970 (1970) (2)
- Characterizations of Certain Finite Curve-Sums (1934) (2)
- The conference on fiber bundles and differential geometry in Ithaca (1953) (2)
- Remark on weakly convergent cycles (1938) (1)
- X. Special features of the Čech theory (1952) (0)
- Part III. The Cohomology Theory of Bundles (1951) (0)
- V. Chain complexes (1952) (0)
- IX. The Čech homology theory (1952) (0)
- XI. Applications to Euclidean Spaces (1952) (0)
- Algebraic Topology – A Student's Guide: An axiomatic approach to homology theory (1972) (0)
- III. Homology theory of simplicial complexes (1952) (0)
- IV. Categories and functors (1952) (0)
- Part I. The General Theory of Bundles (1951) (0)
- VIII. Systems of groups and their limits (1952) (0)
- Part II. The Homotopy Theory of Bundles (1951) (0)
- NEW MATHEMATICAL LIBRARY (1966) (0)
- II. Simplicial complexes (1952) (0)
- VII. The singular homology theory (1952) (0)
- I. Axioms and general theorems (1952) (0)
- VI. Formal homology theory of simplicial complexes (1952) (0)

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