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Charles Darwin (1809-82), English biologist best remembered as the principal originator of the theory of evolution by natural selection. His most famous work is "On the Origin of Species," published in 1859.
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The complete works of Charles Darwin in easy to read HTML format.
This site examines the Darwinian treatment of the Malthusian population principle.
In-depth investigation into the origins of 'The Origin of Species'.
The Project exists to publish the definitive edition of letters to and from Charles Darwin, the most influential naturalist of the 19th century: when complete the series will comprise approximately 30 volumes.
Biography, timeline and portrait from Shrewsbury Museums Service.
Pilot project based at the American Museum of Natural History which aims to make the full literature of evolution, from the 17th century to the present time, available online within a historically and topically coherent structure.
Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, UK in 1809. This site provides on his place of birth, home, influence and inspiration.
A tour of Charles Darwin's House, located in Down, England.
Book reviews, news, weblog, documents, photographs, screensaver, and quizzes.
Assistant to Charles Darwin on the Second Voyage of the HMS Beagle, December 1831 - September 1836. Includes the complete journal as well as appendices and suggested readings.
Complete works and biographical details from a free online books library.
An extract from Darwin's autobiography offers an insight on his religious views.
An encyclopedic description of Robert Fitzroy's life and work.
The condensed edition of Darwin's 'Origin of Species', with study notes and glossary
Paper includes a short biography and commentary on aspects of Charles Darwin's scientific research, particularly in the context of the times and in relation to Darwin's "human" side.
Darwin's Beagle diaries presented as a weblog, supplemented by maps and images.
An article that covers Darwin's early life, his voyage on HMS Beagle and his work on the theory of evolution.
Paper includes a short biography and commentary on aspects of Charles Darwin's scientific research, particularly in the context of the times and in relation to Darwin's "human" side.
Book reviews, news, weblog, documents, photographs, screensaver, and quizzes.
Pilot project based at the American Museum of Natural History which aims to make the full literature of evolution, from the 17th century to the present time, available online within a historically and topically coherent structure.
The condensed edition of Darwin's 'Origin of Species', with study notes and glossary
Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, UK in 1809. This site provides on his place of birth, home, influence and inspiration.
In-depth investigation into the origins of 'The Origin of Species'.
Darwin's Beagle diaries presented as a weblog, supplemented by maps and images.
Complete works and biographical details from a free online books library.
The Project exists to publish the definitive edition of letters to and from Charles Darwin, the most influential naturalist of the 19th century: when complete the series will comprise approximately 30 volumes.
This site examines the Darwinian treatment of the Malthusian population principle.
A tour of Charles Darwin's House, located in Down, England.
Biography, timeline and portrait from Shrewsbury Museums Service.
An encyclopedic description of Robert Fitzroy's life and work.
An article that covers Darwin's early life, his voyage on HMS Beagle and his work on the theory of evolution.
An extract from Darwin's autobiography offers an insight on his religious views.
The complete works of Charles Darwin in easy to read HTML format.
Assistant to Charles Darwin on the Second Voyage of the HMS Beagle, December 1831 - September 1836. Includes the complete journal as well as appendices and suggested readings.

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