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ISBN 13: 9781400011896. ISBN 10: 1400011892 ISBN 13: 9781400011896. Publisher: Fodor's, 2009.
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In Fodor's Road Guide USA you'll find everything you need for a great road trip - whether you're going across the country or to a family reunion in the .
In Fodor's Road Guide USA you'll find everything you need for a great road trip - whether you're going across the country or to a family reunion in the next state over. In this guide to Minnesota.
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Shortly before leaving Missouri, US 61 meets US 136 and the two overlap until entering Iowa. The present-day course of US 61 south of St. Louis largely follows the original course of the Spanish colonial road El Camino Real.
Shortly before leaving Missouri, US 61 meets US 136 and the two overlap until entering Iowa. US 61 runs along the western side of the Mississippi River between Memphis, Tennessee, and Dubuque, Iowa, and therefore never enters the state of Illinois. The Dubuque-Wisconsin Bridge over the Mississippi River. In 1776, when the Spanish lieutenant governor recognized that the two principal communities of St. Louis and Ste. Genevieve needed an overland connection, he wrote his superior requesting permission.
Route 66 (US 66, Route 66) is a former east–west United States Numbered Highway, running from Santa Monica, California to Chicago, Illinois. In Missouri, the highway ran from downtown St. Louis at the Mississippi River to the Kansas state line west of Joplin. The highway was originally Route 14 from St. Louis to Joplin and Route 1F from Joplin to Kansas.