1 edition of Iowa"s historic automobile roads found in the catalog.
Iowa"s historic automobile roads
Marlin R. Ingalls
The historic roads study was developed as a result of findings reported in an archaeological report (Artz 1995a). This study presented the results of the Phase II archaeological investigation of a cut-off highway section on U.S. 61 south of Muscatine, in Muscatine County. As a result of that report an agreement was reached between the SHPO and the Iowa DOT outlining the current project. This project"s initial objectives were two fold. The first was to locate two prospective study routes within the state containing abandoned or cut-off highway segments for analysis. The second was to devise a method to identify, outline, and define the criteria for evaluation of the potential National Register eligibility of such cut-off highway segments. One primary result of the project was to enable cut-off segments of Iowa highways and related historic resources to be consistently evaluated. The criteria for evaluation were to involve only the route"s engineered cross-sections between the right-of-way boundaries. Only engineering elements, which include design, material acquisition, and the construction methods of the study highways, were to be evaluated. Roadside architecture beyond the highway right-of-way was to be generally excluded from this study.
|Other titles||National register study of pre-1948 arterial highways|
|Statement||by Marlin R. Ingalls, project architectural historian ; co-principal investigators Carl A. Merry and Stephen C. Lensink|
|Series||Project completion report -- vol. 32, no. 16, Project completion report (University of Iowa. Highway Archeology Program) -- vol. 32, no. 16.|
|Contributions||Merry, Carl A., Lensink, Stephen C., University of Iowa. Highway Archaeology Program, Iowa. Dept. of Transportation. Office of Location and Environment|
|LC Classifications||TE24.I8 I54 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||2011431826|
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The e-book compilation below highlights the Historic Period in Iowa, along with snapshots of OSA archaeological investigations from historical archaeology sites across Iowa. Additional resources on the Historic Period in Iowa: Iowa’s Historic Automobile Roads. INTRODUCTION TO HISTORIC AUTO TRAILS.
The historic auto trails offer an inventory of registered and nonregistered auto trails in Iowa that existed in the s through s, as well as information about currently registered historic routes, scenic byways and specially designated or commemorated highways and bridges.
entitled A History of Iowa’s Rivers, Roads, Rails and Runways, and a traveling photo exhibit. In addition, Iowa is fortunate to have many local organi-zations, and the state-owned museum and historic sites, working to preserve the history of our state.
Listed in the back section of this booklet are the addresses and descriptions of many sites File Size: 1MB. This study of Iowa’s Historic Automobile Roads has been prepared by the Highway Archaeology Program under the terms of an annual cultural resource surveys contract between the Iowa DOT and The University of Iowa.
Under this agreement, state transportation funds are appropriated by the Iowa DOT for The University of Iowa Highway Archaeology Program to locate and determine the significance of.
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