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The story of the Corps of Discovery through the maps they studied, the maps they made, and the maps they drew based on American Indians' memory.
Award-winning photographer Scot Miller creates the first book to connect the works of Emerson, Muir and Thoreau in an elegant marriage of image and thought.
America's hidden history revealed—one of the rarest treasures in the Library of Congress, seen for the first time
Galileo’s earthshaking book, reproduced from a rare uncut edition and with commentary from six leading Galileo scholars

Levenger founder Steve Leveen and customers on the physical objects that still matter in a virtual world,
The author’s favorite story as performance piece, with his prodigious handwritten edits and radical cuts
58 facsimile color prints from the Audubon of hummingbirds, plus an introduction by the head of the Cornell Ornithology Lab
The one and only full-color facsimile of Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
A Jesuit priest, a German castle, two 16th-century maps discovered in a long-lost book.
Ross King reveals the Leonardo only a few would know, for a da Vinci code, Levenger-style.
A new way to read Thoreau: as mapmaker and journeyer to Cape Cod.
Carry the wisdom of Marcus Aurelius’s Meditations in pocket-size cards, with bespoke designs.
Famous people throughout history show how doing what you must can often make you better at doing what you love.
Journey to a land found only in memory.
Robert Louis Stevenson's majestic song of solitude features original watercolors of the Napa Valley and hand-lettered calligraphy.
Some of the best writing in America shows how to use 1,306 words.

Doodles by the artist who inspired Disney, with room to inspire your own