Keeping up down house

Milner, Richard
August 1996
Natural History;Aug96, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p54
Describes naturalist Charles Darwin's country estate Down House outside London, England, where he stayed after his voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. Writing the scientific classic `The Origin of Species'; Description of the estate; Purchase and restoration of the estate.


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