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Long Remembered: Lincoln and His Five Versions of the Gettysburg Address
The closest you can come to holding America’s most famous speech.
Shirt Pocket Poetry Poems
Store some classic verse in memory.
Seeing the World Anew: The Radical Vision of Martin Waldseemüller’s 1507 & 1516 World Maps
A Jesuit priest, a German castle, two 16th-century maps discovered in a long-lost book.
Redouté: The Grand Collection (limited edition)
The Audubon of botanical art, in a limited-edition portfolio.
Don't Quit Your Day Job: What the Famous Did That Wasn't
Famous people throughout history show how doing what you must can often make you better at doing what you love.
The Fantasia of Leonardo da Vinci
Ross King reveals the Leonardo only a few would know, for a da Vinci code, Levenger-style.
John F. Kennedy: His Inaugural Address
Witness the creation of one of America's greatest speeches.
Thoreau on Cape Cod: His Journeys and the Lost Maps
A new way to read Thoreau: as mapmaker and journeyer to Cape Cod.
A Christmas Carol: The Original 1843 Manuscript
The one and only full-color facsimile of Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
The Silverado Squatters
Robert Louis Stevenson's majestic song of solitude features original watercolors of the Napa Valley and hand-lettered calligraphy.
More Words That Make a Difference (eBook)
Some of the best writing in America shows how to use 1,306 words.
The Inmost Shrine, A Photographic Odyssey of China, 1873
Journey to a land found only in memory.
Spoken Like a Pro
Robert MacNeil pronounced this dictionary of profession-speak, "a treat for word addicts like me."
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