This site, brought to the Web by Charles H. Smith, Associate Professor and Science Librarian at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, presents many of the writings of and thoughts about one of the nineteenth century's prominent scientists, the father of biogeography. Smith dedicates his site to clearing up misconceptions about Wallace and to restoring Wallace's ideas to prominence. The site features a hyperlinked biography; a selection of Wallace's writings, interviews, and quotes; a FAQ; and a chronology. For those looking to continue investigating Wallace off-line, Smith also supplies a reprint of Michael Shermer's "Bibliography of Wallace Archival Sources" as well as an extensive bibliography of Wallace's writings and one devoted to secondary sources. The non-frames version of the site includes, in addition, listings of obituaries, photographs, a news page, a page of misinformation about Wallace, and more.