WALLIS - The Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Wallis, author of "Route 66:The
Mother Road". Michael has updated this best-selling book in 2001, for the
75th Anniversary of Route 66. Read about the growing interest in Route 66, as
well as updates to Route 66 people and places.
IT IS ! -THE MAP SERIES - This Route 66 map series is a must for all dedicated
roadies. This set compiled by Jim Ross and Jerry
McClanahan contains 8 separately detailed maps.
66 PHOTOGRAPHY - Books, Exhibits and Photos by Shellee Graham.
66 NOVELS - by author Chet Nichols who wrote "The Last Riders on Route
66" and "The Poet of the Mother Road".
ROUTE 66 - The ultimate traveling companion book for serious Route 66 travelers.
Complete info and mapping for all the different alignment paths of Route 66
through Oklahoma by noted author and historian Jim Ross.
TURTLE PRESS - Home to the publisher of "Route 66: The Empires of
Amusement" and "Route 66: The Romance of the West". Visit their
Highway Hostess for the latest roadside news.
BY BRIAN BUTKO - Fun Stuff Taken Seriously! Photos and information from pop
culture historian Brian Butko on the Lincoln Highway, diners, and Isaly's Dairy
(inventors of the Klondike ice cream bar), plus forthcoming books such as
Route 66 Cookbook Series Hop in and join Marian
Clark, well known Route 66 author, lecturer and traveler, as she takes us on a
taste tour down the Mother Road. Savor recipes and relive the stories of people
and eateries from Chicago to Santa Monica.
ROUTE 66 The oldest website on Route 66 contains all a traveler needs
for his trip down old Route 66 (aka: the Mother Road), including full turn by
turn driving instructions.
- When Tim Steil's first book, "Route 66", came out, Jack Kerouac's
agent tracked him down and asked to represent him. The illegitimate son of
Hunter Thompson is still on the road, this time traveling Highway 61. Read trip
diaries, book excerpts, reviews and more. A rare voice in a well done world.
- Virtually "fly" over the United States. TerraFly changes the way you
view your world. Simply enter an address, and our system will put you at the
controls of a bird's view aerial imagery to explore your digital earth.
66er - For Lots of Route 66 links & Route 66 memorabilia visit Route
66 GUIDEBOOKS - A comprehensive listing and review of all the Route 66
guidebooks and maps that are currently in print. Many well known and respected
authors and historians of our two lane highways are represented here. Our
website is conveniently organized into these sections: Maps, General Guidebooks,
and State Specific Guidebooks. A great resource to find what you're looking for.
ROAD GUIDE - This wonderful trail starts at the Colorado River near
Laughlin, Nevada, and ends in Afton Canyon near Barstow. Before you go, get a
copy of Dennis Casebier's Mojave Road Guide, and read it over carefully then
bring it with you -- it's invaluable.
RUMSEY MAP COLLECTION - This site contains a digitized copy of the
1925 Rand McNally Auto Trails Map for Arizona and New Mexico, The Most Important
Southwest Trails Map of the Era! All historical online cartographic items are
from theDavid Rumsey Historical Map Collection.
MAPS - As the Nationís largest water, earth, and biological science
and civilian mapping agency, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) works in
cooperation with more than 2,000 organizations across the country to provide
reliable, impartial scientific information to resource managers, planners, and
LIBRARY MAP COLLECTION - An online collection of Country Maps, City Maps,
State Maps, Historical Maps and Outline Maps including Cartographic Reference
ROAD MAGAZINE - Celebrating America's historic two lane highways of
yesteryear with the excitement and adventure of driving them today. Be sure to
subscribe to this premier magazine that features articles on all historic U.S.
highways from coast to coast, sea to shining sea.
ROUTE 66 MAGAZINE
- The first and
only slick, four-color publication written expressly for the Route 66 Roadie.
Our stories are a blend of narratives and documentaries that make The Mother
Road tick with tales that chronicle the history of an era revolving around a
highway which, at one time, was the primary highway from Santa Monica,
California to Chicago, Illinois, or vice-versa.
OUT WEST - THE NEWSPAPER THAT TRAVELS
- Out West is a quarterly "on-the-road" newspaper founded in
1987 by roving editor/reporter Chuck Woodbury, who spent much of the following
13 years exploring the two-lane highways of the American West searching for
stories about whatever he found interesting.
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