Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin

Evolution's Voice

DVD - 2005
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Discusses the life, accomplishments, and impact of the great naturalist, Charles Darwin, from his historic voyage on the Beagle to his personal anguish over publicizing his finding.
Publisher: [United States? ] : A & E Television Networks ; New York : New Video [distributor], c2005
ISBN: 9780767083607
Branch Call Number: 576.82 D22mor1
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 50 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in


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May 17, 2018

Born (1809) into a family of privilege in Shropshire, England - (naturalist/geologist/biologist) Charles Darwin is unanimously considered to be the most influential figure in human history.

"Evolution's Voice" is a 50-minute bio-documentary presented through the A&E network's "Biography" series.

Through stills and interviews with scholars and historians - This presentation looks at the private life, the public persona, and the monumental legacy of Charles Darwin.

*Note* - In 1882 - Charles Darwin (73 at the time) died of heart failure.

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