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American Trails Revisited - Santa Fe Trail Kansas By Lyn Wilkerson
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This edition in the American Trails Revisited series is an updated version from the printed book, "American Trails Revisited", published in 2003. From the original 36 pages, this revision... More > has been expanded to 90 pages of additional information and points of interest. Also added are reference maps, text navigation, as well as GPS coordinates for listed historic sites and landmarks. This guide travels the route of the Santa Fe Trail from the outskirts of Kansas City to Dodge City, Kansas, where it splits to explore the northern Military branch and the southern Cimarron branch. Detailed background information for Santa Fe Trail history as well as the general historical background of the region is provided in easy to follow mileage increments across the Sunflower State.< Less
American Auto Trail - Texas' U.S. Highway 67 By Lyn Wilkerson
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This installment crosses the expanse of the State of Texas, beginning in the eastern Piney Woods around Texarkana. By Dallas, the high plains of the ranchers are explored. Finally, the highway... More > enters the arid desert region of Western Texas, dipping down to the Mexican border at Presidio on the Rio Grande. Much of Texas' rich history is examined along U.S. Highway 67. The stories of the Native Americans, the endeavors of the early Spanish and French explorers, and the fortitude of the Texas Republic and the American settlers who arrived here are all available to explore.< Less
Historical Cities - Quebec City, Canada By Lyn Wilkerson
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This edition of Caddo Publications USA’s Historical Cities series explores the grand city of Québec City, Québec. Over 70 Historic Points of Interest are presented, along with... More > reference maps and GPS coordinates for all listed sites. This guide uses "Frank Carrel’s Guide to the City of Quebec: Descriptive and Illustrated", published in 1907, as the stepping off point for this educational and entertaining journey into the history of Canada’s second oldest city. The eloquent text of the Introductory and Quebec-Descriptive and Illustrative sections provide a strong welcome to travelers from any age, and the descriptive history is of the proper scale for the guide we strive to provide.< Less
Historical Cities - Dublin, Ireland By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $2.99
This edition in our Historical Cities series explores the capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin. Over 100 historical sites and landmarks are examined, divided up into 5 geographical areas... More > within the city center and in parts of the surrounding environs. Included in the guide is an historical background of the city from a 19th century travel guide, reference maps for the 5 areas of the city center, 11 maps from a contemporary guide book, and GPS coordinates for all listed sites.< Less
Historical Cities: Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $2.99
This installment in the Historical Cities series explores the metropolitan area of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. Over 175 historic points of interest are presented, along with reference maps for the... More > centers of the cities and GPS coordinates for all listed sites. Sources include the American Guides series and local historical societies.< Less
American Trails Revisited - Oregon Trail - Wyoming - Exploring America's History on U.S. Highways By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $3.99
This edition in the American Trails Revisited series explores the Oregon Trail through Wyoming. The route of the southern Cherokee Trail route along U.S. Highway 30, the main Oregon-California-Mormon... More > Emigrant Road entering the state on U.S. Highway 26, as well as the side routes of the California-Mormon Trail through Fort Bridger and the Lander Cut-Off through the Thompson Pass, are explored in this guide. Over 300 historic sites and points of interest are documented, with detailed driving directions to locate them. Reference maps and GPS Coordinates for all listed sites are also included.< Less
American Trails Revisited - Oregon Trail - Nebraska - Exploring America's History on U.S. Highways By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $3.99
This edition of the American Trails Revisited series explores the Oregon Trail across Nebraska, beginning with its crossing from Kansas and ending with the two branches along the Platte River, the... More > North Platte Branch and the Colorado Branch. Along the way, over 150 historic sites and landmarks are presented. Also included are reference maps and GPS coordinates for all sites.< Less
American Auto Trail-Oklahoma's U.S. Highway 270 By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $2.49
This edition in the American Auto Trails series explores U.S. Highway 270 across the breadth of Oklahoma. Native American, immigrant, and settler history is examined through the historic sites and... More > landmarks along the route. Reference maps and GPS coordinates for listed historic sites and landmarks are included.< Less
A London Nobody Knows: The City's More Obscure History By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $2.99
This travel guide to London history is the first in a series created by Caddo Publications USA to explore the lesser known history of this great city. It is not intended to be an exhaustive account... More > of all historic sites, landmarks, and structures within the metropolitan area. The purpose of this guide is to introduce to the domestic and international traveler many of the rich heritage sites which are not always part of the traditional history itinerary. Over 170 historic sites, landmarks, and structures are presented with detailed background information. Also included are reference maps and GPS coordinates for all sites. Among the areas with sites are the City of London, the Docklands, Islington, Highgate, Hornsey, St. Pancras, Kensington, Hammersmith, Chelsea, Southwark, Westminster, and Battersea.< Less
America's Lost Highway - California's U.S. Highway 40 By Lyn Wilkerson
eBook (ePub): $2.49
U.S. Highway 40, and now Interstate 80 which replaced it, is the most traveled artery between the Eastern United States and central California. The highway hurdles the sheer, rocky wall of the Sierra... More > Nevada into the valley that stretches to the Golden Gate. From the Great American Basin, it climbs to the granite heights of Donner Pass, traverses the boulder-piled Yuba River bottoms, coasts toboggan-like through forests and along river gorges offering hazy vistas of mountain ranges. It passes the half-ruined mining camps of the gold country and the titanic upheavals of the hydraulic workings. In the western foothills, where orchards appear in forest clearings, it wriggles between rolling evergreen knolls, then strikes across the great Sacramento Valley, and crosses the low Coast Range to San Francisco.< Less