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- Brown Dog
- Bryan's Last Message
- Darwin's Expressions
- Descended from Darwin
- Euston Grove
- Rebuilding the Euston Arch
- Bourne's Drawings of the London and Birmingham Railway (1839)
- Wallis's Guides. 1813-1841
- Euston Grove. nos. 1 and 2. East side of street
- Euston Grove. 1898-99. Viewed in Booth's map
- Euston Grove. 1840
- Evolution: A Journal of Nature
- Exploring the Borderlands
- Fitzroy in Norwood
- Robert Grant Lecture
- No Ordinary Space
- About 22 Gordon Sq
- Huxley's quote: "how stupid"
- Jokes in science
- Where is Piltdown?
- Sloan interviews
- oral history workshop
- voices project
- film nights
- walking tours
Head of Department, and
Professor of History and Philosophy of Biology
Prof Cain's research interests include the history of evolutionary studies, Darwin and Darwinism, history of science in London, history of natural history and natural history films.
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Euston Grove. 1898-99. Viewed in Booth's map
Euston Grove and surroundings as depicted in Charles Booth's (1898-99) Maps Descriptive of London Poverty. <link to Booth Archive>
red= "middle class. well-to-do"
purple= "mixed. some comfortable others poor"
dark blue= "very poor, casual. chronic want"
on Euston Grove from Booth, Charles. 1898-99. Maps Descriptive
of London Poverty. <link>
Below. Widers surroundings of Euston area from Booth, Charles. 1898-99. Maps Descriptive of London Poverty. <link>
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