With an incredible wealth of detail, DeLorme's Atlas & Gazetterr is the perfect companion for exploring New Hampshire and Vermont's great outdoors. Extensively indexed, full-color topographic maps provide information on everything from cities and towns to historic sites, scenic drives, trailheads, boat ramps, and even prime fishing spots.
Explore the history of the world in unprecedented detail with this ultimate guide to history throughout the ages.
Maps don't just show us where to go, but also where we've been. If you're interested in finding out more about the biggest events in world history, then this book all about history of the world is perfect for you!
Discover 50 of the oldest, rarest, strangest, and most historic trees across New York City's five boroughs, from the 350-year-old "Alley Pond Giant" in Queens to the wizened Camperdown elm in Prospect Park. This two-sided guide includes a map, an introduction and descriptions by Allison C. Meier, and original photography by Colin Montgomery.
With an incredible wealth of detail, DeLorme's Atlas & Gazetteer is the perfect companion for exploring the Maryland & Delaware outdoors.
Tolkien? There’s a map for that!
J. R. R. Tolkien’s fictional universe is as vast as the human imagination, so an atlas is a helpful tool to get around. Consider this book your navigational guide to Middle-earth and the Undying Lands.
The Sky Atlas unveils some of the most beautiful maps and charts ever created during humankind's quest to map the skies above us. This richly illustrated treasury showcases the finest examples of celestial cartography—a glorious art often overlooked by modern map books—as well as medieval manuscripts, masterpiece paintings, ancient star catalogs, antique instruments, and
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National Geographic's Scotland Adventure Map provides global travelers with the perfect combination of detail and perspective in a highly functional travel tool.
Vivid and intriguing, Murder Maps USA plots the most remarkable American homicides between the Civil War and WWII onto maps and plans, alongside haunting crime scene photographs and compelling expert analysis.