On the Road -
Oregon's Main Street: U.S. Highway 99 - In the early part of the 20th
century, travel through and between the Pacific Coast states of
Washington, Oregon and California was cumbersome. Towns and developing
cities were connected haphazardly and, for the most part, the roads
were still dirt trails wending through all types of terrain. Authors
Jo-Brew and Pat Edwards take us back to when the famed Pacific Highway
that answered the problem, and became Oregon's Main Street, U.S.