Darwin's Early Years:

"Charles Darwin as a student in Edinburgh 1825-27."
Ashworth, J.H.. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 55, (1934) page 98-101.

"Darwins early reading of Larmarck."
Egerton, F.N.. Isis, 67, (1967) page 452-6.

"Charles Darwin as a prospective geological author."
Herbert, Sandra. The British Journal for the History of Science, (June 1991) page 159.

"Charles Darwin in London: The Integration of Public and Private Science."
Rudwick, J.S. Isis, 73, (1982) page 185-206.

"The discovery of a vocation: Darwin's early geology."
Secord, James. The British Journal for the History of Science, (June 1991) page 133.

H.M.S. Beagle Voyage:

"Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary."
Browne, Janet. The British Journal for the History of Science, (Sept.1990) page 337.

"Fitzroy and Darwin 1831-36."
Darwin, Francis. Nature, 88, (1912) page 547-548.

"In Darwin's wake. Charles Darwin; narrative of a journey to the Galapagos Islands."
Denby, David. The New Yorker, July 21, (1997) page 50.

"Natural selection and Darwin's Finches."
Grant, Peter R.. Scientific American, Vol-265, (Oct. 1991) page 82.

"The Eye of Reason: Darwin's Development During the Beagle Voyage."
Gruber, Howard & Valai. Isis, 53, (1962) page 186-200.

"Who was the Beagle's Naturalist?."
Gruber, Jacob W.. British Journal for the History of Science, 4, (1969) page 266-282.

"Darwin as a Geologist."
Herbert, Sandra. Scientific American, Vol-254, (May 1986) page 116.

"Darwin and his Finches: the Evolution of a Legend."
Sulloway, Frank J. Journal of the History of Biology, 15, (1985) page 1-53.

"Darwin's Conversion: The Beagle and its Aftermath."
Sulloway, Frank J.. Journal of the History of Biology, 15, (1982) page 325-396.

"Darwin and the Galapagos."
Sulloway, Frank J.. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 21, (1984) page 29-59.

"H.M.S. Beagle, 1820-1870."
Thomson, Keith. American Scientist, 63, (1975) page 664-72.

"Fitzroy and Darwin: the odd couple."
Thomson, Keith. American Scientist, (May-June 1995) page 224.

"Jemmy Button. (Tierra del Fuegan Indian befriended by Charles Darwin)."
Toumey, Christopher. Americas, (Oct. 1987) page 195.

Down House:

"From a brown, shadowy room, Darwin changed the way we see the world."
Barker, Paul. New Statesman, (Sept. 1998) page 54.

"Memories of Down House."
Darwin, Leonard. The Nineteenth Century and After, 106, (1929) page 118-23.

"Charles Darwin's home in Kent."
Lambert, Elizabeth. Architectural Digest, (Feb 1983) page 134.

"Keeping up Down House."
Milner, Richard. Natural History, (August 1996) page 54.

"Darwin at home. (transformation of Charles Darwin's Down House into museum)."
(no author given). History Today, (April 1998) page 31.

"Save Down House."
(no author given). Nature, (Sept. 1995) page 90.

"Home thoughts."
Neumark, Victoria. Times Educational Supplement, (Nov. 1995) page 510.

Darwin's Theories:

"On Darwin's theory of evolution."
Aviezer, Nathan. School Science and Mathematics, (Nov 1988) page 565.

"Punctuated equilibrium; Darwin survives as the debate evolves."
Beardsley, Tim. Scientific American, Vol-262, (Mar 1990) page 36.

"Darwin and Divergence: the Wallace Connection."
Beddall, Barbara. Journal of the History of Biology, 21, (1988) page 1-68.

"Wallace, Darwin, and Edward Blyth: Further Notes On the Development of Evolutionary Theory."
Beddall, B.G.. Journal of the History of Biology, 5, (1972) page 153-158.

"Darwin's minds (evolution of the human behavior, part 1)."
Bower, Bruce. Science News, Vol-140, (Oct 1991) page 232.

"Confessing a Murder: Darwin's First Revelations About Transmutation."
Colp Jr., Ralph. Isis, 77, (1986) page 9-32.

"Newton of the Grassblade? Darwin and the Problem of Organic Teleology."
Cornell, John. Isis, 77, (1986) page 405-421.

"Darwin's notebooks on transmutation of species."
De Beer, Gavin. Bulletin of The British Museum, Historical Series, 2, (1960) page 23-83.

"Blyth, Darwin, and Natural Selection."
Dobzhansky, T.. American Naturalist, 93, (1959) pages 204-206.

"Darwin & and the earthworms: these lowly creatures ranked high in the scientist's affections."
Elliott, Charles. Horticulture, The Magazine of American Gardening, (Oct 1993) page 18.

"Charles Darwin, Edward Blyth and the Theory of Natural Selection."
Eiseley, LC.. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 103, (1959) page 94-158.

"Struggle for Existence: A Study in the Extrascientific Origins of Scientific Ideas."
Gale, Barry. Isis, 63, (1972) page 321-344.

"Survival of the fittest: making a practical connection to Darwin's Theory."
Goff, Corey. The Science Teacher, Vol-62, (Sept 1995) page 24.

"Discussion: Darwin's argument in the Origin."
Hodge, M.J.. Philosophy of Science, (Sept 1992) page 461.

"New light on the foundation of the Origin of Species: a reconstruction of the archival record."
Kohn, David, Smith, S., and Stauffer, Robert C.. Journal of the History of Biology, 15, (1982) page 419-42.

"The persuasive Mr. Darwin. (an analysis of Charles Darwin's rhetorical strategies in 'On the Origin of Species')."
Moore, Randy. BioScience, (Feb 1997) page 107.

"Charles Darwin's views of classification in theory and practice."
Padian, Kevin. Systematic Biology, 48, (June 1999) page 352-364.

"On the road to The Origin with Darwin, Hooker, and Gray."
Porter, Duncan M. Journal of the History of Biology, Vol. 26 (Spring 1993) page 1-38.

"Darwin's search for a theory of the earth: symmetry, simplicity and speculation."
Rhodes, Frank. The British Journal for the History of Science, (June 1991) page 193.

"Darwin, Wallace, and Huxley, and Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation."
Schwartz, Joel. Journal of the History of Biology, 23 ,(1990) page 127-153.

"Darwin's long and short arguments."
Sintonen, Matti. Philosophy of Science, (Dec 1990) page 677.

"Buffon, Darwin, and the non-individuality of species: A reply to Jean Gayon."
Stamos, David. Biology & Philosophy, 13, (July 1998) page 443-470.

"Darwin's Ecology and its Influence upon his thoery."
Vorzimmer, Peter. Isis, 56, (1965) page 148-155.

Darwin's Illness:

"The dueling diagnoses of Darwin."
Adler, Jeremy and Colp, Ralph et al. The Journal of the American Medical Association, (April 1997) page 1275.

"Darwin's Illness."
Adler, S. Nature, (Oct.1959) page 1102-1103.

"The nature of Charles Darwin's lifelong ill-health."
Alvarez, W.C.. New England Journal of Medicine, 261, (1959) page 1108-1112.

"Darwin's illness: Chagas disease resurgens."
Bernstein, Ralph Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 77 (1984) page 608-9.

"Darwin's health."
Bowlby, John Letter to British Medical Journal, 10 April, (1965) page 999.

"To be an invalid, Redux."
Colp Ralph, Jr.. Journal of the History of Biology, 31 (1998) page 211-240.

"Charles Darwin's 'insufferable grief'."
Colp Ralph, Jr.. Free Associations, 9, (1987) page 7-44.

"On the origins of sickness. (profile on Charles Darwin)."
Wilson, Bee. New Statesman, (May 1999) page 50.

"Darwin's health in relation to his voyage to South America."
Woodruff, A.W.. British Medical Journal, 1, (1965) page 747-8.


"Notes for Mr. Darwin': Letters to Charles Darwin From Edward Blyth at Calcutta."
Beddall, B.G.. Journal of the History of Biology, 6, (1973) page 69-95

"The Charles Darwin-Joseph Hooker correspondence: an analysis of manuscript resources and their use in biography."
Browne, J.. Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History, 8, (1978) page 351-66.

"Some Unpublished Letters of Charles Darwin."
De Beer, Gavin. Royal Society Records, Vol. 14, (1959) page 12-66.

"The Darwin - Innes Letters."
Stecher, R.M.. Annals of Science, 17, (1961) page 201-58.

"A recently discovered Darwin letter on social Darwinism."
Weikart, Richard. Isis, 86, (1995) page 609.

Darwin's Influence:

"The intellectual standing of Charles Darwin, and the legacy of the Scottish Enlightenment in biological thought."
Brace, C. Loring. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, Annual (1997) page 91.

"Anti-Darwin, anti-Spencer: Friedrich Nietzsche's critique of Darwin and Darwinism."
Call, Lewis. History of Science, (March 1998) page 1.

"Anti-Darwinism in France: Science and the Myth of Nation."
Freeman G. Henry. Nineteenth-Century French Studies, (Spring-Summer 1999) page 290.

"Taking Darwin seriously: in revolutionizing natural history, Charles Darwin helped us recover the scale of our own past."
Klinkenborg, Verlyn Audubon. (July-August 1997) page 107.

"Darwin's ambiguity: the secularization of biological meaning."
Kohn, David. The British Journal for the History of Science, (July 1989) page 215.

"Pioneers of paleontology: from the time of Linnaeus to that of Darwin, paleontology finally began to take shape as a true science."
Matthews III, William H.. Earth Science, (Winter 1989) page 17.

"Darwin's Malthusian metaphor and Russian evolutionary thought, 1859-1917."
Todes, Daniel P.. Isis, 78, (1987) page 537.

Various Topics:

"What does it all mean? - the individual in Darwin's world."
Allmon, Warren D.. Earth Science, (Spring 1990) page 38.

"Huxley's defence of Darwin."
Bartholomew, M.. Annals of Science, 32, (1975) page 525.

"Botany for gentlemen: Erasmus Darwin and The Loves of the Plants."
Browne, Janet. Isis, 80, (1989) page 593.

"I will gladly do my best": how Charles Darwin obtained a civil list pension for Alfred Russel Wallace."
Colp Jr., Ralph. Isis, 83, (1992) page 2.

"Notes on Charles Darwin's autobiography."
Colp Jr., Ralph, Journal of the History of Biology, 18, (1985) page 357-401.

"Ecological character displacement in Darwin's finches."
Dolph Schluter, Trevor D. Price, Peter R. Grant Science March 1, (1985) Vol-227 page 1056.

"Alfred Russel Wallace."
Eiseley, LC.. Scientific American, Vol-2, (1959) page 70-84.

"Darwin faces Kant: a study in nineteenth-century physiology."
Fullinwider, S.P.. The British Journal for the History of Science, (March 1991) page 21.

"Darwin on Aristotle."
Gotthelf, Allan. Journal of the History of Biology, 32, (1999). page 3-30.

"Darwin's More Stately Mansion."
Gould, Stephen Jay. Science, (June 1999) page 2,087.

"George Canning's left buttock and the origin of species. Why do we revel in the details of history?."
Gould, Stephen Jay. Natural History, (May 1989) page 18.

"Charles Darwin as primatologist: A literature guide."
Loy, James. American Journal of Primatology, 42, (1997) page 53-60.

"Charles Darwin: the last portrait."
Milner, Richard. Scientific American, Vol-273, (Nov 1995) page 78.

"Charles Darwin and associates, ghostbusters."
Milner, Richard. Scientific American, Vol-275, (Oct 1996) page 96.

"Malthus and Darwin: World views apart."
Mogie, Michael. Evolution, 50, (1996) page 2086-2088.

"Darwin in 3-D. (newly found stereoscopic photo pairs of Charles Darwin)."
(no author given) Scientific American, Vol-253, (Aug 1985) page 65.

"There's more than one way to recognize a Darwinian: Lyell's Darwinism."
Recker, Doren. Philosophy of Science, (Sept 1990) page 459.

"Darwin's current bulldog. (biologist Ernst Mayr)."
Rennie, John. Scientific American, Vol-271, (Aug 1994) page 24.

"Charles Darwin's Debt to Malthus and Edward Blyth."
Schwartz, JS.. Journal of the History of Biology, 7, (1974) page 301-318.

"George Bentham and the Darwin/Wallace Papers of 1858: More Myths Surrounding the Origin and Acceptance of Evolutionary Idea."
Stevens F,. Linnean, 11, (1995) page 14-16.

"So you think you are a Darwinian?"
Stove, David. Philosophy, (July 1994) page 267.

"Darwinism and the origin of life: The role of H.C. Bastian in the British spontaneous generation debates, 1868-1873."
Strick, James. Journal of the History of Biology, 32, (1999) page 51-92.

"Darwin and Darwinism: An exhibition on cultural and natural history."
Tallack, Peter. Nature, (May 1994) page 285.

"1798: Darwin and Malthus."
Thomson, Keith. American Scientist, (May-June 1998) page 226.

"A Charles Darwin (187th) birthday quiz."
Topoff, Howard. American Scientist, (March-April 1997) page 104.v

"The Historical Context of Natural Selection: the Case of Patrick Matthew."
Wells, Kentwood D.. Journal of the History of Biology, 6, (1973) page 225-258.

"The wonders of Darwin's world."
Witkin, Evelyn. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, (Summer 1997) page 471.

"Malthus and the Evolutionists: the Common Context of Biological and Social Theory."
Young, R. M.. Past and Present, 43, (1969) page 109-145.