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The Last American Highway - The Dakotas
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The Last American Highway - The Dakotas by Stew Magnuson.
Descending 1,885 miles straight down the center of the United States from Westhope, North Dakota to Brownsville, Texas is U.S. 83, one of the oldest and longest of the federal highways that hasn't been replaced by an Interstate.
Award winning author Stew Magnuson takes readers on a trip down the road and through the history of the Northern Great Plains.The famous and forgotten are found in stories he discovers in the Dakotas. Explorers Pierre de la Verendrye, Lewis & Clark, Jedediah Smith, are all encountered along with Chief Spotted Tail of the Brule Lakatos, TV sensation Lawrence Welk and rodeo superstar Casey Tibbs.