Learn about Route 66 with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Route 66 is arguably the most famous road in the United States of America. Stretching 2,448 miles across much of the country, from Chicago in the East to Los Angeles in the West, it was also America's longest road. As it wound its way across the remarkable scenery of America, Route 66 originally passed through the states of Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California.
In the early 1920s, entrepreneurs Cyrus Avery and John Woodruff conceived the idea of building a massive highway that linked Chicago to Los Angeles. Their inspiration sprung from the changing needs of the American people. The nation needed to be more accessible to its inhabitants. While there were already highways in America at the time, none were as big, and most excluded rural communities. Also known as "Highway 66", building of the road began in 1926.
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Few roads hold the cultural cache that Route 66 does. Spanning from Chicago to Los Angeles, it was the longest road in America. With this program from iMinds, listeners will learn all about the origins and evolution of Route 66, and its impact on America’s development. Performed with a casual and friendly delivery by Luca James Lee, this audiobook is an easy-to-follow and concise look at one of the most famous roads in the United States. Whether you’re looking to boost your wealth of trivia or you have insatiable thirst for knowledge, this brief exposé is great addition to any collection.
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