Great Journeys: 20 th Century Journeys Along the Great Historic Highways of the World, A Touchstone Book, 1990. (A companion to a PBS documentary tracing the Burma Road, the Pan American Highway, the Silk Road, and other roads around the world.).
Henry, Lyell D., Jr., The Jefferson Highway: Blazing the Way from Winnipeg to New Orleans, University of Iowa Press, 2016. (Covers the origin, history, and significance of this 1910s named trail, and traces the route through Iowa.).Scott 922- MNH- First Transcontinent al Railroad- 1944 3c mint US stamp.Ridge, Alice A. and John Wm., Introducing The Yellowstone Trail: A Good Road from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound, Yellowstone Trail Publishers, 2000.
That Ribbon of Highway II: Highway 99 from the State Capital to the Mexican Border, Living Gold Press, 1999.Stay on Route 6 US Route 6 is the longest contiguous transcontinental route in the USA. This is your guide along all of its original 3,652 miles.Interstate highways make up three percent of all roadway lane miles in Pennsylvania and.Cupper, Dan, The Pennsylvania Turnpike: A History, Applied Arts Publishers (P.O. Box 479, Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042), Second Revised Edition, 2001. (Excellent history of this landmark turnpike, updated for the 60 th anniversary.).It says End Seg and that is about 1.5 miles before PA 48--Adam Prince.
Tsipis, Yanni, Building the Mass Pike, Arcadia Publishing, 2002. (Photo essay on construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike in the Images of America series.).
Mullins, Jonita, The Jefferson Highway in Oklahoma: The Historic Osage Trace, The History Press, 2016. (A history that uses the 1910s named trail to trace the history of the corridor from its origins as an Native American trail.).See more like this Stay on Route 6: Your Guide To All 3,652 Miles of Transcontinental US Route 6. New Baby Girls Size 0 3 Mos 6 piece clothing lot Carters Route.Agritourism and Sustainable Development in Southern Tuscany For Maltsters, Brewers, and Hop-Planters All the Excise Laws and Adjudged Cases,.Roe, Bill, All the Way to Lincoln Way: Coast to Coast Bicycle Odyssey, Rowhouse Publishers, 2000. (Narrative of a bicycle trip across the country, west to east, on the Lincoln Highway, or parts of it.Jensen, Jeff, Drive the Broadway of America: Your Travel Guide to the U.S. 80 and Bankhead Highways Across the American Southwest, bygonebyways.com, 2nd edition, 2013. (Jensen provides a detailed guide, with maps and illustrations, for travel through the Southwest on the Bankhead Highway, once a transcontinental highway, and its 1920s successor, U.S. 80.).Steil, Tim, Highway 61 Revisited: 1,699 Miles From New Orleans to Pigeon River, MBI, 2004. (Heavily illustrated companion for travelers interested in the history, people, and culture of the highway.).Adams, Rick, and McCorkle, Louise, The California Highway 1 Book, Ballantine Books, 1985.A state Division of the National U.S. Route 6 Tourist Association.Lincoln Highway Forum, the Official Journal of the Lincoln Highway Association. (Since Vol. 1, No. 1, in Fall 1993, the new LHA has published this quarterly journal of news, historic and recent travel accounts, and scholarly articles about the Lincoln Highway.).
Calvin, The Walton Road: A Nineteenth Century Wilderness Highway in Tennessee, Self-published, 2007. (Available from Amazon.com.).Kroplick, Howard, and Velocci, Al, The Long Island Motor Parkway, Images of America, Arcadia Publishing, 2008.Top 10 Restaurants and Inns along Route 6 in the United States.Cribb, John, A Field Guide to Interstate 95, Madison Books, 1989.
Radde, Bruce, The Merritt Parkway, Yale University Press, 1993.Taylor, Michael C., Road of Difficulties: Building the Lower Columbia River Highway, Bear Creek Press, 2008. (The story of the almost forgotten road from Portland to the Pacific Ocean at Astoria, the twin of the upper route through the Historic Columbia River Highway.).Garden State Parkway, Images of America, Arcadia Publishing, 2013. (Prepared by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, this book tells the story of the Garden State Parkway in the heavily illustrated Images of America style.).Miller, John E., Looking for History on Highway 14, Iowa State University Press, 1993. (U.S. 14, the Black and Yellow Trail, in South Dakota.).
McNichol, Dan, The Big Dig at Night, Silver Lining Books, 2001. (Photographs by Stephen SetteDucati.).
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