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Historic Byway meeting to be held in Potter

 


America’s first transcontinental highway is the Lincoln Byway. Laid out in 1913, the historic byway stretches from New York to San Francisco.

This byway is now officially Highway 30, according to a press release from Muriel Clark, President of the Governing Board for the Nebraska Lincoln Highway Historic Byway. It is the longest of Nebraska’s nine byways at 450 miles, from Omaha and Blair on the east to Bushnell and the Wyoming border on the west, traversing 14 counties and running through 46 communities.

For more information about the meeting, contact Hal Enevoldsen or Drew Enevoldsen...



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