Friday, June 24, 2011

Charles Darwin's Library is Now Online

Have you ever wondered about what kinds of books Charles Darwin read that helped him to develop the theory of evolution? You are in luck! Now you can peruse Darwin's library online!

Through a joint agreement between the University of Cambridge, the Darwin Manuscripts Project at the American Museum of Natural History, the Natural History Museum in the UK and the Biodiversity Heritage Library, 330 of Darwin's books have been digitized and are fully indexed online. All of the digitized books contain notes written by Darwin so that you can see first hand how Darwin researched.

To virtually browse Darwin's library, please go to:

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