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Think of these as starting points for research, not end points.

The Evergreen State College Library - you can get anything you want... if not here, then through Summit or Interlibrary Loan.

You can download a tutorial on how to access the online bibliographic databases at the Evergreen library (this is a pdf file, 756 kB)

Sarah Ryan's web page of library resources - made just for us! Tell her 'thanks' when you see her!

The Victorian Web at the National University of Singapore

Victorian era fashion

The history of the United Kingdom

Here is the Internet Modern History Sourcebook from Fordham University

You could check out the Wikipedia list of British monarchs but why not go directly to the Official Website of the British Monarchy?

Here is a good overview of the history of evolutionary thought from the University of California at Berkeley

PBS has a good overview of evolution

What is Darwinian medicine?

Joseph Dalton Hooker, perhaps the most important British botanist of the nineteenth century, was one of Charles Darwin’s closest friends and eventually became director of Britain’s Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

The Charles Darwin Research Station

Check out the Google list of websites of natural history museums

An article in the Christian Science Monitor has many links to sites with curious stuff about the English language.

There are far more species of beetles than of any other group of organisms on Earth. A famous anecdote states that when a bishop asked the evolutionary biologist J.B.S. Haldane what he (Haldane) had learned about God by studying what He had created, Haldane said that God has "an inordinate fondness for beetles." See more beautiful beetle images here, here, and here.













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