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A reprint of a classical work in the Cambridge Library Collection.
Charles Darwin (1809-82) was the English naturalist famous for the theory of evolution by natural selection. He began studying medicine at the University of Edinburgh, but developed a fascination for natural history and left Edinburgh to attend Christ's College, Cambridge, where he pursued his new interest while taking a Bachelor of Arts degree. After graduating, he had the opportunity to secure a position as ship's naturalist aboard H.M.S. Beagle for a five-year, round-the-world voyage which would make him famous. Published in 1845, this book is the second edition of Darwin's expedition journal, more popularly known as The Voyage of the Beagle. Throughout the journey he made observations and discoveries that would lead him to develop his revolutionary theory of evolution, which later appeared in On the Origin of Species and created a storm in the scientific and religious communities.
1. Porto Praya
2. Rio de Janeiro
3. Monte Video
4. Rio Negro
5. Bahia Blanca
6. Set out for Buenos Ayres
7. Excursion to St. Fé
8. Excursion to Colonia del Sacramiento
9. Santa Cruz
10. Tierra del Fuego, first arrival
11. Strait of Magellan
14. San Carlos, Chiloe
16. Coast-road to Coquinbo
17. Galapagos Archipelago
18. Pass through the Low Archipelago
20. Keeling Island
21. Mauritius, beautiful appearance of
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