Reference numberMDA/A/22/59
Title'The centenary of the publication of Charles Darwin's journal and remarks 1832-1863' by Albert C Seward
DescriptionDescription of Darwin's interest in science in youth; his agreement with Captain FitzRoy to accompany him on the Beagle; the importance of this trip on the Beagle; the opposition to Darwin's presence from one officer; Darwin's attachment to Captain FitzRoy; the publication of Volume III of 'Voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle'; the significance of these notes; questions as to Darwin's awareness of evolution.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8196Darwin; Charles Robert (1809 - 1882); naturalist1809 - 1882
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