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Voyage of Charles Darwin in Tierra Del Fuego
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"The Voyage of The Beagle"(A documentary about Tierra Del Fuego)
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The estate boasts three lakes, rolling parkland and a fine covering of mature native hardwoods.
Oak, Ash, Sycamore and Yew form part of the ancient woods of Truagh that goes back to Celtic times.
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In the Autumn, when the woodlands many golden hues reflect on the waters at sunset there's no more beautiful place to be than Glaslough.
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This book On Antarctica is filled with anecdotes
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Illustrated by New York illustrator, John Elliot
Additional information can be found
Tierra Del Fuego Book References:
"Uttermost Part of The Earth", Indians of Tierra Del Fuego
by E. Lucas Bridges, Dover Publications Inc.,
1988, ISBN 0-486-25751-7 * Very Good
Esteban Lucas Bridges. The Uttermost Part of the Earth;
Hodder and Stoughton, London (1948).
[The later history of the Fuegians.]
Lonely Planet. Chile and Easter Island. Lonely
Planet Publications, Oakland, California, 1993.
http://www.lonelyplanet.com Trekking in the
Patagonian Andes. Lonely Planet Publications,
Oakland, California, 1992.
Melfi, Domingo. El Hombre y La Soledad en las
Tierras Magallanicas. Ediciones Ateneas, Santiago, Chile, 1940.
Coloane, Francisco. Cape Horn and Other Stories
From the End of The World. Latin American
Literary Review Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1991.
Turistel. Guia Turistica Sur. Turismo y
Comunicaciones, Santiago, Chile, 1996
Marks, Richard Lee. Three Men of The Beagle.
Alfred A. Knopf Inc. Publ. N Y, NY, 1991.
Hough, Richard. The Blind Horn's Hate, Magellan,
Drake and Other Adventures in the Uttermost South.
W.W. Norton & Company Inc. New York, NY, 1971.
Moorehead, Alan. Darwin and the Beagle.
Penguin Books, New York, NY, 1969.
Allen, Leslie. "Tierra del Fuego." In Secret Corners
of the World. National Geographic Society, 1982.
Bourne, Joel. The Big Empty. In "Escape" .
March 1996, pp.56-63.
Reisenberg, Felix. Cape Horn: the story of the
Cape Horn region... Ox Bow Press, 1994.
Thompson, Kieth , Stewart. HMS BEAGLE,
The story of Darwin's Ship.
W.W. Norton & Co., NY, NY 1995
ISBN 0-393-03778-9 * Good
Martinic, Mateo Beros , Cronica de las Tierras del Sur
del Canal Beagle, Editorial Francisco de Aguirre S.A. 1973
Peter Brent. Charles Darwin, "a Man of Enlarged Curiosity";
Heinemann, London (1981). [One of the most recent of the
innumerable biographies of Darwin.]
Paul Russell Cutright. The Great Naturalists Explore South
America; Macmillan, New York (1940). [An description of the
animals through the eyes of Darwin's contemporaries.]
Loren Eiseley. Darwin's Century; Doubleday, New York (1961).
[The most widely read and referenced book on Darwin and his
Benjamin Farrington. What Darwin Really Said; Shockten, New
York (1966). [A general discussion of evolution as Darwin
conceived of it, something quite different from modern
Robert Hopkins. Darwin's South America; John Day, New York
(1969). [Excellent discussion of a turbulent historical
Richard Darwin Keynes. The Beagle Record; Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge (1979). [A large beautiful,
coffee table book, consequently expensive. Contains
reproductions of many pictures from the voyage, including
two drawn by Covington. A descendant of Charles Darwin.]
Alan Moorehead. Darwin and the Beagle; Hamish Hamilton,
London (1969). [A well written, popular book with lots of
pictures; also published in paperback.]
Christopher Ralling. The Voyages of Charles Darwin; British
Broadcasting Company, London (1978). [The book of the
Irving Stone. The Origin, a biographical novel of Charles
Darwin; Cassell, London (1981). [A novel that does not stray
from actual events.]
Emma Nora Barlow. Charles Darwin and the Voyage of the
Beagle; Philosophical Library, New York (1946). [Written by
Darwin's granddaughter; a collection of letters and
notebooks from the voyage.]
Emma Nora Barlow. Darwin's Ornithological Notes; Bulletin of
the British Museum (Natural History) Historical Series
Emma Nora Barlow. Darwin and Henslow Letters from 1831-1860;
John Murray , London (1967). [letters between Darwin and his
mentor; the Reverend Henslow taught botany at Cambridge.]
Emma Nora Barlow. Charles Darwin's Diary of the Voyage of
the H.M.S. "Beagle"; Kraus Reprint Co., New York (1969).
[Originally published in 1933, this is the transcript of the
eighteen book diary of Charles Darwin with notes and is an
important companion to the Voyage of the Beagle.]
Lois Darling. The Beagle - A Search for a Lost Ship; Natural
History 69(5):48-59 (1960).
Charles Darwin. The Voyage of the Beagle; Dent, London
(1909-1959). [A condensation of volume three of the
Narratives which became popular reading. The work has gone
through many editions. This is paperback of the Everyman
edition and is still in print.]
Francis Darwin. The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin; John
Murray, London 3 volumes (1887-8). [A comprehensive work by
Charles Darwin's son.]
Francis Darwin. More Life and Letters of Charles Darwin;
John Murray, London 3 volumes (1903).
Francis Darwin. The Autobiography of Charles Darwin; Dover,
New York (1958). [A very readable condensation of the Life
Robert Fitz Roy. Sketch of the Surveying Voyages of His
Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle, 1825-1836; Journal of
the Royal Geographic Society of London, 6:311-343 (1836).
Robert Fitz Roy, ed. Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of
His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle; Henry Colburn,
London 3 volumes (1839). [This rare set has never been
republished in full. Volume one discusses the first voyage
under the Australian Commander Philip Parker King, volume
two, by Fitz Roy concerns the second voyage which carried
Darwin, volume three is Darwin's 'Journal and remarks'.]
Richard Broke Freeman. Charles Darwin: A Companion; Dawson,
Folkstone (1978). [A dictionary of facts, names, places by
one of Darwin's many biographers.]
Jacob W. Gruber. Who was the Beagle's Naturalist?; British
Journal for the History of Science 4(15):266-282 (1969).
[Contends that the Darwin usurped the job of naturalist from
the Surgeon McCormick; also suggests that Covington was only
one of two servants employed by Darwin on the voyage.]
J.J. Keevil. Robert McCormick, R.N.; Journal of the Royal
Naval Medical Service 29:36-62 (1943).
J.J. Keevil. Benjamin Bynoe (1804-1865) Surgeon of H.M.S.
Beagle; Journal of the Royal Naval Medical Service
Philip Parker King. Some Observations upon the Geography of
the Southern Extremity of South America, Tierra del Fuego
and the Strait of Magalhaens; Journal of Royal Geographic
Society of London, 1:155-175 (1832).
Robert McCormick. Voyages of Discovery in the Arctic and
Antarctic Seas, and Round the World: Being Personal
Narratives of Attempts to Reach the North and South Poles;
and of an Open-Boat Expedition up the Wellington Channel in
Search of Sir John Franklin and Her Majesty's Ships "Erebus"
and "Terror," in Her Majesty's Boat "Forlorn Hope," under
the Command of the Author; Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle and
Rivington, London; 2 Volumes (1884).
H.E.L. Mellersh. FitzRoy of the Beagle; Rupert Hart-Davis,
London (1968 ). [An ancestor of the author was a midshipman
on the Beagle. This is an excellent bibliography of Fitz
J.J. Parodiz. Darwin in the New World. Brill, Leiden (1981).
Joseph Richard Selvin. The Galápagos Islands A History of
their Exploration; Occasional Papers of the California
Academy of Sciences, 25:1-150 (1959).
Henry Norton Sulivan. Life and Letters of the Late Admiral
Sir Bartholomew James Sulivan K.C.B. 1810-1890; Murray,
London (1896) [An autobiography by Sulivan's son, with only
a short section on the Beagle.]
Keith Stewart Thomson. H.M.S. Beagle, 1820-1870; American
Scientist, 63:664-72 (1975). *
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