The ultimate guide to Americaas most famous highway. The Route 66 Encyclopedia is the complete resource on the history, landmarks and personalities that have made the USAas most iconic highway. Stretching over two thousand miles from Chicago to Santa Monica, Route 66 journeys directly to the heart of the United States. An encyclopedia with a twist, The Route 66 Encyclopedia presents alphabetical entries on everything from Bobby Troup's anthem qRoute 66q to The Grapes of Wrath, illustrated with hundreds of photos of the highway and its sights. With references to the old (including the history of the U Drop Inn CafAc in Texas) and new (a section about the recent Cars movie), The Route 66 Encyclopedia provides a sweeping look at a highway that has become more than just a road. An atlas with 25 current and historical maps will guide your journey from the Abbylee Motel to Zuzax, New Mexico, taking in all of the essential landmarks along the way.As an interesting In addition, hindering sales for the informative guide was historic footnote, on this trip he drove a 1939 ... did note that Butler, Pennsylvania, the company that devised the initial Jeep Duncan Hines, best known during the 19405 for ... llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll liberty bonds that he admitted were from the robbery.
|Title||:||The Route 66 Encyclopedia|
|Author||:||Jim Hinckley, James Hinckley|
|Publisher||:||Voyageur Press (MN) - 2012-11-11|