The Yellowstone Trail and American Highways 1900-1930
Harold A. Meeks
Before 1900 long distance travel in America and elsewhere was strictly a railroad phenomenon, but with improvements in the internal combustion engine, automobile travel gradually became popular. First, a sporting activity for the wealthy, this new means of locomotion quickly spread to a greater consuming public, and a cry for better roads swept across the land.
208 pages, paperback, 8.5 x 11 ISBN 978-1-57510-097-7