Several sites in Napa, Calif., celebrate the life of writer Robert Louis Stevenson, author of the classic book "Treasure Island." The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum in St. Helena has more than 11,000 items owned by the author among its displays, including a snuff box once full of cheese owned by Stevenson's father, which made its way into the book. Visitors may also hike the Robert Louis Stevenson State Park or sample wines at the Grade Cellars of Calistoga, which was founded in his honor.

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