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Grizzly Creek Trailhead to Iron Creek Horse Camp

Yesterday we decided to make our first foray into the Black Elk Wilderness area. The Black Elk Wilderness and Norbeck Wildlife Preserve trail system has eighteen trails ranging in length from 0.6 miles to 8.9 miles. 486 more words

Black Hills

Marcel Pontbriand - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DARWIN by Charles Darwin - MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS - Part 9

MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS.

Part 9.

During subsequent years, whenever I had leisure, I pursued my experiments, and my book on ‘Insectivorous Plants’ was published in July 1875—that is, sixteen years after my first observations. 286 more words

Autobiography

Marcel Pontbriand - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DARWIN by Charles Darwin - MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS - Part 8

MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS.

Part 8.

But when I found that many naturalists fully accepted the doctrine of the evolution of species, it seemed to me advisable to work up such notes as I possessed, and to publish a special treatise on the origin of man. 473 more words

Autobiography

Marcel Pontbriand - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DARWIN by Charles Darwin - MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS - Part 7

MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS.

Part 7.

In the autumn of 1864 I finished a long paper on ‘Climbing Plants,’ and sent it to the Linnean Society. The writing of this paper cost me four months; but I was so unwell when I received the proof-sheets that I was forced to leave them very badly and often obscurely expressed. 500 more words

Autobiography

Marcel Pontbriand - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DARWIN by Charles Darwin - MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS - Part 6

MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS.

Part 6.

During the two last months of 1859 I was fully occupied in preparing a second edition of the ‘Origin,’ and by an enormous correspondence. 642 more words

Autobiography

Marcel Pontbriand - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DARWIN by Charles Darwin - MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS - Part 5

MY SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS.

Part 5.

I gained much by my delay in publishing from about 1839, when the theory was clearly conceived, to 1859; and I lost nothing by it, for I cared very little whether men attributed most originality to me or Wallace; and his essay no doubt aided in the reception of the theory. 569 more words

Autobiography