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  1. The formation of vegetable mould. through the action of worms. w by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1896-01-01
  2. The various contrivances by which orchids are fertilized by inse by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1895-01-01
  3. Insectivorous plants. by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1895-01-01
  4. Insectivorous plants. by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1896-01-01
  5. The movements and habits of climbing plants. by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1876-01-01
  6. The different forms of flowers on plants of the same species. by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1884-01-01
  7. The different forms of flowers on plants of the same species. by Darwin. Charles. 1809-1882., 1903-01-01
  8. The Works of Charles Darwin. Edited by Paul H. Barrett & R.B. Freeman. by Charles Robert (1809-1882). DARWIN, 1989-01-01
  9. Die Abstammung des Menschen und die Buchwahl in geschlechsticher Beziehung.... Aus dem Englishen ubersesst von David Haek.... by Charles Robert (1809-1882). DARWIN, 1895-01-01
  10. THE DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX(Complete in one Vol) by Charles Robert (1809-1882). Darwin Francis Ed Darwin, 1897
  11. Darwin 1809-1882: An Illustrated Life of Charles Darwin by F.D. Fletcher, 1975
  12. Mein Leben 1809 - 1882 by Charles Darwin, 2008
  13. Darwin, 1809-1882 by Charles Darwin, Nora Barlow, 1997-06-11
  14. The Red Notebook of Charles Darwin by Charles Darwin, 1980-08

81. Darwin, Charles Robert. 1909┬ľ14. Origin Of Species. Vol. 11. The Harvard Classi
A late edition (190914) in the Harvard Classics of the seminal book Origin of Species
http://www.bartleby.com/11/
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Darwin
Harvard Classics, Vol. 11 The Origin of Species Charles Robert Darwin Over fifteen years in the writing, this scientific treatise not only revolutionized every branch of the natural sciences with its theory of evolution, but influenced every literary, philosophical and religious thinker who followed. Search: C ONTENTS Bibliographic Record
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001

82. The My Hero Project - Charles Darwin
A student-friendly biography of the father of modern biology along with related links.
http://www.myhero.com/go/hero.asp?hero=charlesDarwin

83. The Darwin Page - Darwin - Life Chronology - Dr Robert A. Hatch
Detailed timeline highlights important events and accomplishments.
http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/ufhatch/pages/13-NDFE/darwin/05-DARWIN-CHRON.htm
D A R W I N C H R O N O L O G Y
Dr Robert A. Hatch - University of Florida
1809 February 12 - Charles Robert Darwin born at The Mount, Shrewsbury. 1818 - Darwin entered Shrewsbury School. 1825-27 - 22 October Darwin matriculated at Edinburgh University where he studied medicine but operations (without anesthetics) and the sight of blood turned him from that profession. 1827-31 - 15 October Darwin was admitted to Christ's Colledge, Cambridge University, to prepare for a career in the Church. He accepted the Articles of Faith. 1829 Summer - Darwin made an entomological tour of North Wales with Professor F. W. Hope. Darwin's interest in 'bugs and beetles' was longstanding. 1831 - 26 April Darwin received his BA degree. In Spring he began planning a scientific voyage to Canary Islands. 1831 August 29/30 - Darwin received an invitation to serve as unpaid naturalist on the survey ship H.M.S. Beagle , which was to travel around the world. At this point Darwin had no formal training in science. 1831 December 27 - The H.M.S.

84. Charles Darwin Biyografi.info
Bilim adam n n biyografisi ve al malar ile ilgili bilgiler yer al yor.
http://www.biyografi.info/kisi/charles-darwin
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Charles Darwin
Biyografi, Kimdir, Hayatř
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Charles Darwin
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85. Charles Darwin - Vikipedi
Bilim adam n n hayat ve eserleri ile ilgili bilgiler bulunuyor.
http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Darwin
Charles Darwin
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Charles Robert Darwin
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─░ngiliz Kraliyet Madalyas─▒ Wollaston Madalyas─▒ ... Copley Madalyas─▒ ─░mza Charles Robert Darwin (d. 12 ┼×ubat 19 Nisan ─░ngiliz do─ča tarih├žisi ... [I] ─░nsan dahil t├╝m canl─▒ t├╝rlerinin do─čal se├žilim yoluyla bir ya da birka├ž ortak atadan evrildi─čini ├Âne s├╝rm├╝┼č ve o g├╝n├╝n ┼čartlar─▒na g├Âre bu teoriyi destekleyen pek ├žok kan─▒t sunmu┼čtur. Darwin'in fikirleri ├╝zerine in┼ča edilen modern evrim teorisi , bug├╝n biyoloji biliminin temeli ve birle┼čtirici ├Â─česidir. Evrimin ger├žekle┼čti─či ger├že─či Charles Darwin'in ya┼čad─▒─č─▒ d├Ânemde, do─čal se├žilim teorisinin evrimin ana a├ž─▒klamas─▒ oldu─ču ise 1930'lu y─▒llarda bilim d├╝nyas─▒ taraf─▒ndan kabul g├Ârm├╝┼čt├╝r.

86. Charles Darwin - Wikip├ędia
Biographie d taill e, par l encyclop die libre.
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Charles Darwin
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87. Darwin Et Apr├Ęs !
Regroupe tout au long de l ann e les contributions des cha nes et de l info de la Radio Suisse Romande sur la th orie de l volution. Audios, photos et, parfois, vid os la cl .
http://blogs.rsr.ch/darwin/

88. Charles Darwin - On The Origin Of Species - 'Squashed Philosophers' Abridged Edi
The condensed edition of Darwin s Origin of Species , with study notes and glossary
http://www.btinternet.com/~glynhughes/squashed/darwin.htm
Glyn Hughes' Squashed Philosophers Search Squashed Philosophers The Condensed Edition of
Charles Darwin
On The Origin of Species
...in just 9500 words
"There is grandeur in this view of life, with its several powers, having been originally breathed by the Creator into a few forms or into one ... from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being evolved." Reading time: about 65 minutes
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Glyn's Recommended Print edition The Essential Squashed Philosophers from INTRODUCTION TO On The Origin of Species
Over twenty years in the writing, this scientific treatise not only revolutionized every branch of the natural sciences with its theory of evolution, but has profoundly influenced every literary, philosophical and religious thinker who followed.
Suddenly, the established Western view that creatures had been created independently by a God, and indeed the whole supernatural explanation of the universe, had competition. At first, denunciation by the likes of Bishop Wilberforce was complete. But religious views gradually adapted, through Philip Grosse's theory that fossils had been planted by God to give the earth a coherent history, to today's position where most theists have found accommodation with the theory of natural selection. Only a remnant population of die-hard creationists remains, and even they, should they care to study what Mr Darwin actually said, will tend to find themselves agreeing with most of it.

89. URBANOWICZ ON DARWIN/September 1996
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.
http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/Darwin/DarwinSem-S95.html
URBANOWICZ ON DARWIN
If you desire a recent "Darwin" item you might wish to examine my October 2004 web page (entitled " The Darwin Project: 1996 to 2004!) " which includes numerous post-1996 references. Links are also provided to four "Darwin videos" (wherein I portray Darwin in the first person) as well as four "Darwin Self-Tests" currently available on the WWW . Dr. Charles F. Urbanowicz / Professor of Anthropology
California State University, Chico / Chico, California 95929-0400
e-mail: curbanowicz@csuchico.edu / home page: http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban PLEASE NOTE: The original Non-WWW paper was Completed 31 January 1995
WWW "links" added as of 30 September 1996 and placed @
http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/Darwin/DarwinSem-S95.html
This WWW paper is a very slight revision of a 1990 publication and was modestly updated and distributed to Spring 1995 participants in my ANTH 303 course ( Seminar In Cultural Anthropology: Darwin ) at California State University, Chico. Please see footnote #1 below for contextual notes.

90. THE DARWIN PAGE - Biography - Bibliography - Information - Links - Dr Robert A.
Includes biography, bibliography, and analyses of Charles Darwin s historical context, as well as a collection of related internet links.
http://web.clas.ufl.edu/users/rhatch/pages/02-TeachingResources/readingwriting/d
Darwin - The Darwin Page - Charles Darwin - Biography - Bibliography - Information - Links - Dr Robert A. Hatch T H E D A R W I N P A G E
DR ROBERT A. HATCH - UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Charles Darwin (1809-1882) - Darwin - Biography - R.A. Hatch Darwin Bibliography - Darwin Bibliography - R.A. Hatch Darwin Chronology - Darwin's Life - Chronology - R.A. Hatch Darwin Friends - - R.A. Hatch Darwin Background - Evolution Before the Origin - R.A. Hatch Darwin Origin Origin - R.A. Hatch Darwin Origin Comprehensive Index to the Origin - R.A. Hatch Darwin's Correspondence - Calendar of Darwin's Letters Darwin Glossary - Darwin Publications Works - Scholarly - Writings of Charles Darwin on the Web Darwin Published Works - Complete Bibliography Revolutionary Classics - Darwin Publications - Darwins' Books On-Line Darwin Publications - Darwin's Principal Publications - On-Line Darwin Evolution Site - Origin On-Line) Darwin Link - Darwin Information - Sources - Links Darwin Day - Darwin Site - Something for Students, Teachers, Scholars

91. Bright Sparcs - The Journal Of Syms Covington - Contents
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.
http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/bsparcs/covingto/contents.htm
The Journal of Syms Covington
Assistant to Charles Darwin Esq.
on the Second Voyage of the HMS Beagle December 1831 - September 1836
Postmaster of Pambula, New South Wales
Edited and Annotated by Vern Weitzel vern@coombs.anu.edu.au
Contents
Published by the Australian Science Archives Project on ASAPWeb , 23 August 1995
Comments or corrections to: Bright Sparcs (bsparcs@asap.unimelb.edu.au)

92. Darwin Manuscripts Project
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.
http://darwinlibrary.amnh.org/
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DMP Profiles: Huw Jones
by Adam Goldstein Huw Jones: Cambridge Poet, Librarian, and database whiz speaks with DMP's Michelle Eldredge about the transformation of a flat file into the beginnings of an authoritative Darwin Database: DARBASE.
Studies in Darwin
by Adam Goldstein Pioneer evolutionary thinker Niles Eldredge shares his new found passion for the history of science and the deep roots and early rumblings of Darwin's species theory. Congratulations Mr. Darwin on the 150th anniversary of On the Origin of Species. In celebration, AMNH presents a gathering of the rare surviving leaves of the Origin manuscript. DARBASE Darwin Union Manuscripts Catalog - OPEN Images over 10,000 high-resolution images - POPULATING (most coming over next weeks) Transcriptions - POPULATING (Now through 2011) Future editions: Darwin as Reader - FUNDED (2012)
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93. The Darwin Manuscript - A Suspense Thriller, New Bestseller Publication!
Publication containing previously unpublished material. It includes part of Charles Darwin s exploration of the Andes and the startling revelation of an amazing discovery.
http://www.DarwinManuscript.com
The Darwin Manuscript
This Ancient Scroll brings Death to All who come into Contact with it...
Andrew Carlish inherits a manuscript written by his ancestor, Charles Darwin, who never published it because of the dynamic and provocative content. Before 35-year old Andrew and his young brother Joey can publish the document, there is worldwide opposition.
Fanatical religious sects and holy leaders agree its publication would be disastrous for their creed and they aggressively attempt to procure the original document. Within a few days, they violently murder editors and friends who have read the Darwin Manuscript in attempts to stop its publication.
Mujahidin get involved and mutilate and kill an innocent young woman, while two rogue CIA agents murder four people in their quest for the Darwin Manuscript.
Andrew served 5-years with the SAS Regiment and he needs all his skill and experience to combat the enemy as they close in on his cousin BertieÔÇÖs moated farmhouse in the Malvern Hills. They are under vicious attack from numerous killers who are determined to find and destroy them and the original manuscript.
This novel moves furiously through the streets of London and the country lanes of England, with a thrilling finale in the icy snows of winter.

94. Charles Darwin - The Truth?
In-depth investigation into the origins of The Origin of Species .
http://www.bradburyac.mistral.co.uk/dar0.html
The Darwin "they" don't want you to know about - hype or fact? In early 2008 I wrote an introduction to this site that went something like this: "Not long ago a producer of TV science programmes, on a nationwide network, approached me with a view to using the information on this site as part of the the basis for a TV documentary. I warned the producer that such a documentary would never be accepted in Britain or America, but the producer went ahead anyway. He approached various companies both in the UK and the USA, and got pretty much the same response every time. NOT "the information isn't accurate," but the utterly incomprehensible, "no one is interested in the origin of the The Origin of Species "Of course it might be that every TV company approached had simply forgotten that the 150th anniversary of the publication of the book in question is less than a year away. Or it could be that the media, and those who influence the media in this respect, were not about to "rock the boat". So I would ask you to consider one single fact - in only 10 months time we will be marking the 150th anniversary. Judge for yourself as we move towards 2009 - are the media really NOT interested in this anniversary - or are they winding themselves up to sell us the "orthodox" version of Darwin's work? "If the media ignores the anniversary then I am mistaken. If they go ahead and once again trot out the 'orthodox' pro-Darwin story, with no mention of any alternative viewpoint, then I invite you to draw your own conclusions."

95. Charles Darwin: The Voyage Of The Beagle: List Of Contents - Free Online Library
Read about the voyage of Darwin on the HMS Beagle between 1831 and 1836.
http://darwin.thefreelibrary.com/The-Voyage-of-the-Beagle
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    Complete e-text of Beagle journals. 1871 edition (Image, text, PDF).
    http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;idno=AGJ2696

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