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Engels | E-book | 9781439645680
Boek cover Route 66 in Illinois van Joe Sonderman (Onbekend)
Route 66 goes through the heart of Illinois: between the great cities of Chicago and St. Louis, there are 300 miles of adventure, history, culinary delights, and quirky attractions. This is the "Land of Lincoln" and roadside giants. There are cozy motels, cozy diners, and Cozy Dogs. Interstate 55 will speed travelers to their destination, but Route 66 offers something more. It goes through the hearts of the towns, wandering onto old brick pavement far from the roar of the interstate. Historic restaurants like Lou Mitchell's in Chicago, the Palms Grill in Atlanta, and the Ariston Cafe in...
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Engels | E-book | 9781439640944
Boek cover Route 66 in Springfield van Cheryl Eichar Jett (Onbekend)
From 1926 through 1977, Route 66 carried millions of travelers from the shores of Lake Michigan to the Pacific Coast. Americans fell in love with the automobile and made a family tradition of the road trip. On its three different alignments through the capital city of Springfield, Route 66 took motorists around the Illinois State Fairgrounds, past the state capitol, and through Abraham Lincoln�s neighborhood. Mom-and-pop motels, gas stations, and eateries opened along the highway and became familiar landmarks to travelers in the �Land of Lincoln.� In Springfield, the �horseshoe�...
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Engels | E-book | 9781439640982
Boek cover Route 66 in Madison County van Cheryl Eichar Jett (Onbekend)
Route 66 zigzagged southwest across Madison County, Illinois, before crossing the Mississippi River into Missouri. Various alignments of this segment of the �Mother Road� rolled through pastoral farmland, headed down main streets, and later straightened as it bypassed towns. From 1926 to 1977, the path of the highway changed numerous times and crossed the Mississippi River on no less than five different bridges. Along the way motorists watched for the blue neon cross on St. Paul�s Lutheran Church to guide their nighttime travel; they counted on the doors of the Tourist Haven,...
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Engels | E-book | 9781439656945
Boek cover Route 66 in Kansas van Joe Sonderman (Onbekend)
There are only 13.2 miles of Route 66 in Kansas, but the Sunflower State packs in as much history and adventure per mile as any of the eight Route 66 states. Route 66 in Kansas includes the wild tales from the days of "Red Hot Street" and the "First Cowtown in Texas." Blood was spilled here during the Civil War and when workers in the mines fought for their rights. Travelers will meet a beloved character from the motion picture Cars, cross a rare Rainbow Bridge, and see classic scenes along the Main Streets. Kansas was completely bypassed and was not even mentioned in the Bobby Troup song...
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Engels | Hardcover | 9781531639563
Boek cover Alton van Cheryl Eichar Jett (Hardcover)
The river bend near the confluence of three great riversathe Mississippi, Missouri, and Illinoisawas founded by Rufus Easton between 1814 and 1818 for land development and a ferry service between Illinois and St. Louis. Named for one of Eastonas sons, Alton developed into a bustling river town. In 1837, Altonas economy was hurt by financial panic and its reputation blotted by the murder of abolitionist newspaper publisher Elijah Lovejoy. But by the 1850s, Alton had caught arailroad fever,a which, along with plentiful natural resources, fueled its growth as a manufacturing city. Fortunes were...
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Engels | Hardcover | 9781531655839
Boek cover Route 66 in Madison County van Cheryl Eichar Jett (Hardcover)
Route 66 zigzagged southwest across Madison County, Illinois, before crossing the Mississippi River into Missouri. Various alignments of this segment of the �Mother Road� rolled through pastoral farmland, headed down main streets, and later straightened as it bypassed towns. From 1926 to 1977, the path of the highway changed numerous times and crossed the Mississippi River on no less than five different bridges. Along the way motorists watched for the blue neon cross on St. Paul�s Lutheran Church to guide their nighttime travel; they counted on the doors of the Tourist Haven,...
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