This book was written in 1938, so you have to be a little forgiving about some of the frankly racist remarks about the Terra del Fuego natives (written by an ex-Royal Navy officer). It does have very good and detailed information about the early Spanish, Dutch and English explores, as well as great stories from the days of the clipper ships. Maps only fair, so good to consult your own while reading. Order early if you want is as Amazon had to order for us.
Just read a good book that may not be available outside UK.
"In Darwins Wake " by John Campbell, subtitle...Revisiting Beagles south american anchorages.
Story of a trip in a large luxuary yacht from Uk round SA that visits all Darwins places that he stopped at, Rio, Falklands,Cape horn, Beagle Channel, Punta Arenas, Fjords, Valparaiso etc. Good photos of Falklands, wildlife, Glaciers etc, Narative switches between his interpretation of Darwins/Fitzroy's journal and what they found & their experiences in the same place's. I found it very interesting as we go in december & I was down there in 1950's
ISBN is 1-85310-755-7
You may be able to find a copy through a library, I found my copy in a "remainder" bookshop in UK for 4 GBP