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"The most curious craft afloat:  the compass in navigation and the work of the non-magnetic yacht Carnegie" by L. A. Bauer.   National Geographic Magazine, pp. 223-245, March 1910.

"Sailing the seven seas in the interest of science:  adventures through 157,000 miles of storm and calm ... in the non-magnetic yacht Carnegie" by J. P. Ault.   National Geographic Magazine, pp. 631-690, December 1922.
The Last Cruise of the Carnegie, by J. Harland Paul. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 1932.
"The last cruise of the Carnegie."   Carnegie Institution Newsletter, p. 4, October 1972.

"Sailing the magnetic fields" by John Bunker. Surveyor (American Bureau of Shipping) v. 16, no. 4, pp. 28-31, 1982.

"Vision of a global physics:  the Carnegie Institution and the first world magnetic survey" by Gregory A. Good.  In The Earth, the Heavens and the Carnegie Institution of Washington, G. A. Good, ed., pp. 29-36, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 1994.

"Surveying the Pacific:  the voyages of the Galilee, 1905-1908" by Diane Cooper.   Mains'l Haul (Maritime Museum Association of San Diego) v. 34, no. 1, pp. 36-47, 1998.

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