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The Death of Darwin

Charles Darwin died on this day in 1882, notes Larry Moran at Sandwalk. In a state funeral, Darwin was buried at Westminster Abbey and the pallbearers included William Cavendish, Joseph Dalton Hooker, and Thomas Henry Huxley. Moran also references The Times' report of the funeral:

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