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Beartooth Highway : A History of America’s Most Beautiful Drive (Paperback) (Jon Axline)
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Traversing the spectacular Beartooth Highway in Montana and Wyoming is an unforgettable experience. The unspoiled mountain scenery along the highway inspired famed news correspondent Charles Kuralt to label it “America’s most beautiful drive,” yet the story behind this engineering marvel is largely unknown. It is an epic account of man versus nature to construct a road through unforgiving wilderness. Built during the height of the Great Depression and rising 10,947 feet above sea level, the Beartooth Highway sparked an economic boom in Red Lodge, Cooke City and Yellowstone National Park. Understandably, it continues to leave a profound impression on people privileged to drive it. Historian Jon Axline tells the exciting and colorful narrative behind the origins and construction of the Beartooth Highway.
Number of Pages: 119
Genre: History, Travel, Photography
Series Title: Transportation
Publisher: Arcadia Pub
Author: Jon Axline
Street Date: August 29, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-27-0715
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