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Lecture%202%20history%20B - 3 Who was Darwin a An atheist...

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9/29/09 1 Charles Darwin 1809-1882 3) Who was Darwin? a. An atheist who rebelled against the scientific elite and the confines of Victorian society b. A bachelor who traveled the world most of his life, keeping natural history journals c. An upper-middle class son of a doctor who dropped out of medical school d. Contemporary and good friend of of Karl Marx, the “father” of communism e. All of the above Who was Charles Darwin? son of an English doctor married Emma Wedgewood (1 st cousin) Failed medical student, dropped out of medical school, studied theology at Cambridge very devout, believed in literal interpretation of bible natural history was passionate hobby Wedgewood pottery Emma Wedgewood HMS Beagle, 1841 watercolor by Owen Stanley 1831 – Darwin invited to be volunteer naturalist aboard the HMS Beagle, sent to map waters around South America. Darwin was 22 years old. Darwin’s father said no. Darwin begged It worked But Darwin had other hurdles
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9/29/09 2 Robert Fitzroy, Captain of HMS Beagle Robert Fitzroy Captain of HMS Beagle Phrenological map Phrenologist Robert Fitzroy Captain of HMS Beagle Phrenological map Phrenologist Darwin’s nose - lazy Voyage of the HMS Beagle (1831-1836) The great adventure of Darwin’s life. Darwin collected animals, plants, fossils, made many observations
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