Roads in our rear view mirror
In 1915, Edwin T. Meredith came up with the idea of a transcontinental highway, patterned after the recently built Lincoln Highway which ran east and west across the nation. His dream was that this new highway should run north and south from New Orleans to Winnipeg, Canada, passing through Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota.
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