As of yesterday (and just in time for my website of the week feature) many of the private papers and famous works from the man who authored Origin of Species are now available full-text at: http://darwin-online.org.uk/
Up until now Darwin’s private papers have only been available to scholars, but now thanks to the organisers of Cambridge University Library, they can now be viewed by all. Some of the titles that can be viewed include: Voyage of the Beagle , all editions of the Origins of Species ( 1 through to 6); along with the Beagle diary and notebooks. His first draft on the theory of evolution is also included. The site also provide illustrations taken from his works and the reproduction is very good. A real must for Darwin enthusiasts and history lovers alike.
If you can’t get enough of all things Darwin, consider visiting : Darwin Correspondence Project.