Darwin-Hooker Letters : Letter from Darwin, C. R. to Hooker, J. D. on [7 Jan 1845]

Darwin, C. R.

Darwin-Hooker Letters

Sends specimens of a Tertiary sandstone from Tierra del Fuego in which there are leaves; Darwin thought they were beech. What is Hooker's opinion? Asks whether Hooker can make sense of a note on silicified wood. Has read Vestiges [of creation (1844)]; "his geology strikes me as bad, & his zoology far worse". Would like to see lists [of plants] from Society and Sandwich Islands. Doubts Hooker's information regarding imagination of mother affecting offspring.

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