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Heritage Of United States

American heritage

» USA , as a wealthy Western country, has both a huge domestic and foreign tourist industry. New York 's Niagara Falls and Wyoming 's Yellowstone National Park ; the great cities of Boston and Chicago ; and two halls of fame, one in Cleveland celebrating rock 'n' roll, the other in Cooperstown idolizing the national pastime, baseball. Odd museums, classic diners, idyllic towns, and post-industrial decay—you'll find it all along this great cross-country highway.


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Small buildings, historical residences and all other structures of heritage interest, such as religious heritage in urban settings and in towns, are constantly threatened by social change, and sometimes exposed to environmental conditions that threaten their physical integrity and heritage values. As the actual guardians of this heritage, the owners and citizens have little or no resources to provide minimum protection of their cultural heritage.

» Niagara Falls, the upper Yellowstone and the like afford the greatest natural shows, I am not so sure but the Prairies and Plains last longer, fill the aesthetic sense fuller, precede all the rest and make North America's characteristic landscape." Drive across the Sand Hills of northern Nebraska on your way past Iowa 's "Field of Dreams," and see for yourself what's so great about the Great Plains . Crossing the Mississippi River at Dubuque, which along with Galena on the Illinois side are two of the oldest settlements on what was once the nation's western frontier, US-20 stops off for a look at Chicago before winding east through the newly resurgent, former "Rust Belt" along the Great Lakes.

» In the East, there is so much to see that we've split the route into two alternates, both of which bypass the freeways and tourist traps in favor of more fascinating places, many you may never have heard about. The more traveled route follows US-20 along a historical middle ground between the slow boats of the Erie Canal and the high-speed toll road of the I-90/New York Thruway, winding along the north edge of the lovely Finger Lakes and detouring to the intriguing smaller cities of upstate New York before crossing the Hudson River into the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. The historic Mohawk Trail carries us past Lexington and Concord and into Boston, retracing Paul Revere's historic ride .

 
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