Darwin and the Theory of Evolution

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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In this series, readers will travel back in time, experiencing the lives and cultures of some of the world's greatest scientists. Engrossing text and primary source images help students gain perspective on the scientific climate surrounding history's greatest scientific discoveries and theories. The text is accompanied by primary source images of the tools, manuscripts, illustrations, and artifacts of these scientists, who changed the way we see the world, both politically and religiously. This series is an eye-opening addition to any library. In this book, we track Charles Darwin through his life and the steps that led up to his amazing discoveries. This visually stunning work follows the scientist on his five-year voyage on the HMS
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION How Did We Get Here? CHAPTER 1 Youth of a Naturalist CHAPTER 2 Darwins World ll
12
The Beagle Sets Sail
16
The Road to Discovery
24
Evolution of the Species
37
The Evolution of Darwinism
45
TIMELINE
52
PRIMARY SOURCE TRANSCRIPTIONS
54
GLOSSARY
56
FOR MORE INFORMATION
58
FOR FURTHER READING
59
BIBLIOGRAPHY
60
PRIMARY SOURCE IMAGE LIST
61
INDEX
62
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Robert Greenberger lives in Fairfield, Connecticut.

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