September 7, 2020

Tag: Interstate Highway System

The Yellowstone Trail – Forerunner of the Interstates

Ever since the first automobile was built, men and women too, have been looking for places to drive them. America’s love-affair with the automobile is unquenchable. We drive cars to work and home again, we drive cars to shopping malls, doctor’s appointments – well you get the idea. Then we drive them to vacation spots or just for sport. Read about one of the first roads where you could drive long distances.

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“I Like Ike!”

Dwight Eisenhower never served in combat, but he achieved total victory in World War II. He had no experience running an institution of higher learning, yet he became President of Columbia University. And he never held public office until he was elected President of the United States.

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