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  1. The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex by Charles (1809-1882) Darwin, 1899
  2. The origin of species by means of natural selection, or, The preservation of favored races in the struggle for life by Charles, 1809-1882 Darwin, 1896-01-01
  3. Über die Einrichtungen zur Befruchtung Britischer und ausländischer Orchideen durch Insekten: und über die günstigen Erfolge der Wechselbefruchtung (German Edition) by Charles Darwin, H G. 1800-1862 Bronn, 2010-06-14
  4. The life and letters of Charles Darwin, including an autobiographical chapter Volume 1 by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-09-29
  5. The life and letters of Charles Darwin, including an autobiographical chapter Volume 2 by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-09-29
  6. Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology: Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-1882) by Gale Reference Team, 2001-01-01
  7. DARWIN, CHARLES ROBERT (1809-1882): An entry from Gale's <i>World of Earth Science</i>
  8. DARWIN, CHARLES ROBERT (1809-1882): An entry from Gale's <i>World of Microbiology and Immunology</i>
  9. Versuch Über Die Philosophischen Consequenzen Der Goethe-lamarck-darwin'schen Evolutionstheorie (German Edition) by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-10-15
  10. The variation of animals and plants under domestication Volume v.1 by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-10-14
  11. The Different Forms Of Flowers On Plants Of The Same Species by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-09-29
  12. The Movements And Habits Of Climbing Plants by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-10-15
  13. The Descent Of Man: And Selection In Relation To Sex by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2010-10-14
  14. Journal of researches by Darwin Charles 1809-1882, 2009-08-06

21. Charles Darwin's Country Home: Down House
A tour of Charles Darwin s House, located in Down, England.
William H. Calvin Home Page Books Research Talks ... Brief Bio Down House Charles Darwin's country home, outside London William H. Calvin is a
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and the author of A Brain for All Seasons A Brief History of the Mind Almost Us Only 16 miles from the center of London, in Downe, is Charles Darwin's home, Down House , now under the management of English Heritage His study, where he did most of his writing and microscope work, has been recreated from photographs. His "Sand Walk" for his daily walks and "thinking time" is open, out in the back of the large lawn and grounds. (check this year's dates) 29 Mar - 30 Sept 10am - 6pm Wed - Sun 1 - 31 October ... Open Bank Holidays Entry 6.30. Groups must pre-book at least 1 day in advance; telephone the English Heritage booking line:(44)870 6030145.
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22. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Darwin, Charles Robert - Wikisource
DARWIN, CHARLES ROBERT (18091882), English naturalist, author of the Origin of Species, was born at Shrewsbury on the 12th of February 1809. He was the younger of the two sons andædia_Britannica/Darwin,_Charles_Robe

23. Charles Darwin
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DARWIN, Charles Robert (1809-82), British scientist, who laid the foundation of modern evolutionary theory with his concept of the development of all forms of life through the slow-working process of natural selection. His work was a major influence on the life and earth sciences and on modern thought in general. Born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, on Feb. 12, 1809, Darwin was the fifth child of a wealthy and sophisticated English family. His maternal grandfather was the successful china and pottery entrepreneur Josiah Wedgwood; his paternal grandfather was the well-known 18th-century physician and savant Erasmus Darwin. After graduating from the elite school at Shrewsbury in 1825, young Darwin went to the University of Edinburgh to study medicine. In 1827 he dropped out... Continue reading Charles Darwin's Biography
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25. Charles Darwin (British Naturalist) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Facts about Darwin, Charles, as discussed in Britannica's Elementary Encyclopedia Darwin, Charles Facts about Darwin, Charles Gould, as discussed in Britannica Compton's
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Table of Contents: Charles Darwin Article Article Early life and education Early life and education The Beagle voyage The Beagle voyage Evolution by natural selection: the Lond... The squire naturalist in Downe The squire naturalist in Downe On the Origin of Species On the Origin of Species The patriarch in his home laboratory The patriarch in his home laboratory The private man and the public debate The private man and the public debate Major Works Major Works Additional Reading Additional Reading - Biographical works Biographical works - Letters Letters - Notebooks Notebooks Year in Review Links Year in Review Links Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations Primary Contributor: Adrian J. Desmond

26. Darwin - An Exponentialist View
This site examines the Darwinian treatment of the Malthusian population principle.

27. Darwin, Charles
Charles Darwin (18091882) was a British scientist who laid the foundations of the theory of evolution by natural selection and transformed the way we think about the natural,_Charles

28. Robert Fitzroy
An encyclopedic description of Robert Fitzroy s life and work.
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Robert Fitzroy The captain of the HMS Beagle which sailed around the world with Charles Darwin aboard as naturalist.
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    Robert Fitzroy 1805 - 1865 Robert FitzRoy was born at Ampton Hall, Suffolk, England, on 5 July 1805. Through both parents he was connected with the upper echelons of the aristocracy. From the age of four, FitzRoy lived at Wakefield Lodge, the Palladian-style mansion of the Grafton family in Northamptonshire. In February 1818, when he was almost 13, he entered the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth. He entered the Royal Navy in 1819, moved through the ranks of college volunteer and midshipman and was promoted lieutenant on 7 September 1824. At the naval college he had completed a 20 month course, which included mathematics, Classics, history, geography, English, French, drawing, navigation, fencing and dancing, with great distinction. On leaving the naval college, he had been awarded first medal, and in 1824 passed his examination for promotion to lieutenant with 'full numbers', a result that had not been achieved before. From his first ship, the
  • 29. Darwin, Charles Carlyle
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    30. International Darwin Day Foundation
    A global celebration of science and reason held on or around Feb. 12, the birthday anniversary of evolutionary biologist.
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    • Glenn Beck has attacked Charles Darwin again! Read about it here Read the NYTimes article on Darwin Centre in London.
    Welcome to the International Darwin Day Foundation website
    Portrait By: G. Richmond Darwin Day is a global celebration of science and reason held on or around Feb. 12, the birthday anniversary of evolutionary biologist Charles Darwin. On this website you can find all sorts of information about Charles Darwin and the International Darwin Day Fundation. If you are hosting a Darwin Day event, you can post information about it on our events listing. You can also locate Darwin Day programs near you by searching our events section. We have also provided resources for hosting Darwin Day events, including promotional support and a list of potential Darwin Day presenters. Click here to read more about the history of the International Darwin Day Foundation.
    The International Darwin Day Foundation promotes public education about science and encourages the celebration of Science and Humanity throughout the global community. IDDF is administered by the

    31. Darwin, Charles - Astro-Databank, Charles Darwin Horoscope, Born 12 February 180
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Charles Darwin born on 12 February 1809 Shrewsbury, England,_Charles
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    Jump to: navigation search Charles Darwin natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Charles Darwin Name Darwin, Charles Gender : M born on 12 February 1809 at 03:00 (= 03:00 AM ) Place Shrewsbury, England, Timezone LMT m2w45 (is local mean time) Data source Conflicting/unverified Rodden Rating DD Astrology data Asc. add Charles Darwin to 'my astro'
    English naturalist and author of "Origin of the Species" 1859, causing a storm of debate. His theories of evolution through natural selection instigated a revolution in biological science. The furor increased in 1871 with "The Descent of Man." The son of a famed doctor, he was raised in a free-thinking family and studied medicine at Edinburgh. He soon abandoned medicine to become a fanatical naturalist. Darwin married in 1839; of ten kids, five sons survived. Frail in health, he spent a lifetime with a chronic intestinal disorder that caused bouts of vomiting. He died 4/19/1882, London. Link to Wikipedia biography
    • Death, Cause unspecified 19 April 1882 (Age 73)

    32. The Friends Of Charles Darwin
    Book reviews, news, weblog, documents, photographs, screensaver, and quizzes.
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    Charlie is our Darwin Sunday, 31st October, 2010 Charles Darwin, 1840
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    The Friends of Charles Darwin were founded in 1994 to campaign Due to popular demand, we're still taking on new members. So if you can truly say "Charlie is my Darwin" , and you'd like to be able to write the letters FCD after your name, why not join us ? It's free!
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    Getting to know Charles Darwin in person Forget the biographies. Forget the published works. If you really want to get to know Charles Darwin in person, you need to read his correspondence. Serendipitous juxtaposition Two items just came up one after the other on my RSS reader. Their juxtaposition pleased me. People want to see the Beagle The Beagle Project's Karen James on this week's Guardian Science Podcast. How the wheatear got its name ...Including my mum's incorrect etymology.
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    The Beagle Project aims to celebrate Charles Darwin's 200th birthday by building a sailing replica of HMS Beagle and recreating the Voyage of the Beagle with an international crew of researchers, aspiring scientists and science communicators. The voyage will apply the techniques of 21st century science to Darwin's journey, inspiring a new generation of scientists and promoting the public understanding of evolution and wider science.

    33. Charles Darwin - Books, Biography, Quotes - Read Print
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    34. Darwin, Charles Summary |
    Darwin, Charles. Darwin, Charles summary with 5 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.

    35. The Voyage Of The Beagle
    Darwin s Beagle diaries presented as a weblog, supplemented by maps and images.

    36. Charles Darwin - Free Online Library
    Darwin, Charles Robert (18091882), English naturalist, author of the Origin of Species, was born at Shrewsbury on the 12th of February 1809. He was the younger of the two sons and
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    Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-1882), English naturalist, author of the Origin of Species , was born at Shrewsbury on the 12th of February 1809. He was the younger of the two sons and the fourth child of Dr. Robert Waring Darwin, son of Dr. Erasmus Darwin. His mother, a daughter of Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), died when Charles Darwin was eight years old. Charles Darwin’s elder brother, Erasmus Alvey (1804—1881), was interested in literature and art rather than science: on the subject of the wide difference between the brothers Charles wrote that he was “inclined to agree with Francis Galton in believing that education and environment produce only a small effect on the mind of anyone, and that most of our qualities are innate” ( Life and Letters , London, 1887). Darwin considered that his own success was chiefly due to “the love of science, unbounded patience in long reflecting over any subject, industry in observing and collecting facts, and a fair share of invention as well as of common sense “. He also says: “I have steadily endeavored to keep my mind free so as to give up any hypothesis, however much beloved (and I cannot resist forming one on every subject), as soon as facts are shown to be opposed to it“. The essential causes of his success are to be found in this latter sentence, the creative genius ever inspired by existing knowledge to build, hypotheses by whose aid further knowledge could be won, the calm unbiased mind, the transparent honesty and love of truth which enabled him to abandon or to modify his own creations when they ceased to be supported by observation.

    37. The Mis-portrayal Of Darwin As A Racist
    Article written in 2006 by R.G.Price.
    The Mis-portrayal of Darwin as a Racist By - June 24, 2006 There is a growing effort among opponents of evolution to portray Charles Darwin as a racist, and evolutionary theory as morally reprehensible, even to claim that Darwinism "provided Hitler and the Nazis with a scientific justification for the policies they pursued once they came to power." These accusations are not merely from fringe radicals, but have indeed been made by elected officials and published in books by university professors, as we shall see. Most disturbing, however, is the lack of significant rebuttal to these charges. Many people in fact, including some evolutionary biologists, find it easy to believe that perhaps Darwin was a racist, and perhaps evolutionary theory did contribute to Nazi ideology. In 2001 African American State Representative Sharon Broome of Louisiana sponsored a resolution to condemn "Darwinist ideology" as racist and liken it to Nazism. WHEREAS, empirical science has documented an indisputable commonality among all people groups, or races, and has demonstrated that normal variations in the human gene pool account for our differences, of which racial differences are a trivial portion; and

    38. Darwin, Charles - Animal Sciences | HighBeam Research - FREE Trial
    Darwin, Charles find Animal Sciences articles. div id= bedoc-text h1Darwin, Charles/h1 pNaturalist 1809-1882/p pCharles Darwin was born on February

    39. Darwin's Shrewsbury - Charles Darwin's Place Of Birth, Home, Influence And Inspi
    Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, UK in 1809. This site provides on his place of birth, home, influence and inspiration.
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    Evolution Began in Shrewsbury!
    Charles Darwin is Shrewsbury’s most famous son and recently voted as one of the greatest Britons. Born in Shrewsbury Shropshire on the 12th February 1809 at Mount House, he was the son of Robert, a well respected doctor, and Susannah a member of the Wedgwood family. His formative years were well spent and his love and curiosity of the natural world was positively encouraged and flourished. Darwin lived in Shrewsbury until he was 27. Darwin attended school at 13 Claremont and was then privileged to go to Shrewsbury School. Although, as his headmaster Dr Butler revealed, he had little hope of filling his head with Latin or Greek. Indeed as early as nine the young Darwin had started observing and recording things he found in the natural world that surrounded him. Darwin’s grandfathers were equally remarkable men – Erasmus Darwin and Josiah Wedgwood. Both were members of the famous Lunar Society. Darwin would still recognise Shrewsbury today – as many of the medieval buildings, shuts and passages he knew still exist and his old school (now the library) even has a statue to the great man outside its entrance. The fields and river that surrounds the town are still open areas filled with flora and fauna to inspire the future generations.

    40. Darwin, Charles | Define Darwin, Charles At
    Cultural Dictionary Darwin, Charles definition A British naturalist of the nineteenth century. He and others developed the theory of evolution . This theory forms the basis, charles

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