Exploring America's Highways

Exploring America's Highways

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If you?re planning a trip, it?s relatively easy to find the fastest route by visiting Yahoo or MapQuest internet web sites or ? if you?re hopelessly old-fashioned- unfolding a map. But how do you choose the most interesting route, and create a trip that is more than just a blur of mile markers and exit signs? Exploring America?s Highways: Wisconsin Trip Trivia may have the answer!Exploring America?s Highways: Wisconsin Trip Trivia provides travelers a guided tour along specific routes throughout the state. Travelers will obtain a wide range of interesting information along the highway including: ? Place Name? Historical Markers? Local Landmarks? Prominent People? Industry and Inventions? Geological? General TriviaDid you know that: ? Frederick Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids features the world?s largest bronze sculpture of Leonardo da Vinci?s American Horse. ? Thomas Edison was born in Port Huron in 1847. or French explorer Antoine de la Mother Cadillac named Detroit, Ville d?Dtroit meaning CITY of the Strait.?These are just a few of the fun things revealed in this book.There is no reason anybody needs to dread long hours of driving time anyway. Just find your route (highlighted in the table of contents) and read along, city by city. It?s that simple.A problem arose when a cast-iron gear in the transmission failed a€” in every single machine. ... new cut-steel gear. lmpressed with the fledgling companya#39;s business ethics, Federal Electric doubled its order to 200 washing machines. A watershed event took place several years later, when retail giant Sears, Roebuck and Co. began marketing two Upton-manufactured washers under the trade name aquot;Allen.

Title:Exploring America's Highways
Author:Michael Heim
Publisher:Exploring America's Highway - 2004


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