DarwinBeaglePicture.jpg (5181 bytes) Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle

Use the world map and identify these locations using longitude and latitude.
Latitude is first.  Use the degrees of latitude on the right side of your map.
Longitude is second.  Use the degrees of longitude at the top or bottom of your map.
Put a dot and the number at each listed location

1. December 27, 1831          Devenport, England: 50 degrees N, 4 degrees W
    
2. January 16,1832            Cape Verde, Porto Praya: 14 degrees N, 23 degrees W
   
3. July 5th, 1832               Rio de Janerio, Brazil: 23 degrees S, 43 degrees W
   
4. July 24th, 1833             Maldonado, Uruguay: 34 degrees S, 54 degrees W
    
5. August 24, 1833            Buenos Aires, Argentina: 34 degrees S, 59 degrees W
   
6. January 9, 1834             Port St. Julian, Argentina: 49 degrees S, 67 degrees W
   
7. December 17th, 1834      Tierra del Fuego, Argentina: 55 degrees S, 73 degrees W
    
8. January 15, 1835           Bay of S. Carlos, Chile: 42 degrees S, 73 degrees W
   
9. February 20, 1835         Valdivia, Chile: 39 degrees S, 73 degrees W
   
10. March 4, 1835               Concepci'on, Chile: 37 degrees S, 73 degrees W
      
11. September 15, 1835       Galapagos Islands, Ecuador: 0 degrees S, 90 degrees W
      
12.  November 15, 1835      Tahiti Island, French Polynesia: 17 degrees S, 149 degrees W
      
13.  January 12, 1836        Sydney, Australia: 33 degrees S, 151 degrees E
    
14. April 1, 1836                 Cocos Islands: 12 degrees S, 96 degrees E
     
15. May 9, 1836                  Port Louis, Mauritius: 20 degrees S, 57 degrees E
     
16. July 19, 1836                Ascension: 8 degrees S, 14 degrees W
     
17. October 2, 1836           Falmouth, England: 50 degrees N, 5 degrees W