Shows maps for each U.S. state, along with city maps, mileage charts, illustrations of recreational and historical sites, and information for trip-planning.
Author: Rand McNally
Publisher: Rand McNally Large Scale Road
Give road-weary eyes a break with this spiral-bound Large Scale edition featuring all the accuracy you've come to expect from Rand McNally, only bigger. Updated atlas contains maps of every U.S. state that are 35% larger than the standard atlas version plus over 350 detailed city inset and national park maps and a comprehensive, unabridged index. Road construction and conditions contact information for every state conveniently located above the maps. Contains mileage chart showing distances between 77 North American cities and national parks with driving times map. Tough spiral binding allows the book to lay open easily. Other Features Best of the Road - Our editor's favorite road trips from our Best of the Road collection follows scenic routes along stretches of coastline, both east and west, to forests mountains, and prairies; and through small towns and big cities. For a weekend or a week there's something for everyone.
Author: National Geographic Maps (Firm)Publish On: 2008-10-01
Features clear, detailed road maps of all 50 states plus Canada and Mexico. Maps show scenic routes, historic sites and recreation areas. America's top 100 adventure destinations, chosen by the editors of Adventure Magazine are profiled.
Author: National Geographic Maps (Firm)
Features clear, detailed road maps of all 50 states plus Canada and Mexico. Maps show scenic routes, historic sites and recreation areas. America's top 100 adventure destinations, chosen by the editors of Adventure Magazine are profiled. More than 20 leading National Parks are described and mapped. Original.
An atlas is a collection of information in a graphic format, consisting of text, tables, graphs, and accompanying maps ... Rand McNally publishes the largest number of atlases, offering roads of North America as “road maps,” “pocket ...
Author: Eva H. Dodsworth
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book navigates the numerous American and Canadian cartographic resources available in print, and online, offering information on how to locate and access the large variety of resources. Cartographic materials are highlighted and summarized, along with lists of map libraries and geospatial centers, and related professional associations.
Review and plan your travel route using a road atlas or map. We use and recommend a spiral-bound paper version of the latest Rand McNally Large Scale Road Atlas. • Seek alternate routes to avoid high mountain passes, tunnels, ...
Author: Marc Bennett
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Whether you’re downsizing or thrill-seeking—or anything in between—find out if the RV lifestyle is right for you, and learn how to transition from a life of traditional home-ownership to one on the road. Do you love traveling? Meeting new people and seeing new places? Are you craving a life that feels meaningful and new? The RV lifestyle could be the answer. Both aspirational and practical, Living the RV Life is your ultimate guide to living life on the road—for people of all ages looking to downsize, travel, or work on the go. Learn if life in a motor home is right for you, with insightful details on the experiences of full-time RV-ers, tips for how to choose an RV (how big? new or used?), whether to sell your home (and if not, what to do with it), model costs, sample routes and destinations, basic vehicle maintenance, legal and government considerations—and much more! Written in a light and an easy-to-understand style, Living the RV Life is your bible to living a mobile life.
New York Times, 10 January, 1BU, 8BU. Putnam, Robert. 1995. "Bowling Alone: America's Declining Social Capital." Journal of Democracy 6, no. 1:65–78. Rand McNally. 2000. Large Scale Road Atlas USA. Skokie, Ill.: Rand McNally.
Author: Christopher Gunn
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Nonprofit corporations, cooperatives, and credit unions constitute an alternative avenue of hope and action for communities that have come up short in the normal operation of the market economy. These organizations comprise the third sector, which accounts for approximately 10 percent of U.S. economic activity. As part of the fastest growing sector in the economy, these dynamic organizations play an increasing role in strengthening local economies. In the United States, they help to compensate for a state that is, in Gunn's view, relatively disengaged from meeting basic human needs. This book helps move thinking about the third sector beyond traditional nonprofits centered on education, health care, and charity, and into the realm of often smaller, dynamic organizations that engage in collective entrepreneurship. Throughout, Gunn illustrates how organizations founded with little in the way of financial resources have made substantial contributions to economic development and general well-being in the communities they serve and from which they arise. After explaining why local development is a problem in such a wealthy and resource-rich country as the United States, Christopher Gunn profiles more than two dozen organizations ranging from child-care cooperatives to retirement communities, from co-housing "villages" to financial institutions. He also investigates public-policy changes that could strengthen this alternative sector's contribution to economic development.
5 7 Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation, The River Road, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, nps.gov. 8 ______ Road Atlas, Large Scale, Rand Mcnally, 2021. ... September 2, 2020, (Original: March 6, 2018).
Author: Joseph Pierce Braud
Category: Biography & Autobiography
4.18.22 This memoir highlights a compelling story of tragedy and triumph during the Jim Crow and separate but equal era of the Deep South. The book traces the evolution of Joseph Pierce Braud, from his humble birthplace in A-Bend in Ascension Parish to his graduation from Howard University Medical School in 1958 and thereafter. Braud overcame the death of his father and helped support the family by scrapping rice and potatoes and shining shoes on Carrollton Street in New Orleans. During the 1930s and 1940s, his family received only $18 per month for seven siblings. Before earning his medical degree from Howard University Medical School in 1958, Braud helped his siblings obtain a college education. Subsequently, he opened his medical practice in New Orleans and held a staff position at Flint-Goodridge Hospital of Dillard University. From Brookstown with its 300 residents, Dr. Braud paved the way for six members of his Braud Family Group to become Medical Doctors, including (14) BS degrees, (4) Masters Degrees, (1) Juris Doctorate, (1) Doctor of Philosophy, and (1) nurse. Find out how Braud beat the odds to earn his education and pave the way for other Blacks to enter the medical field.
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378 147 212 TDM , Inc. 290 170 378 randmcnally.com Mileage between cities Biloxi Greenville Jackson Memphis ... 2,871,782 ( rank : 31st ) Largest city : Jackson , 184,256 Index of cities on page 132 168 87 Distance scale 93 180 300 230 ...