Observe Lincoln Highway Centennial Day on October 31

Prairie Rivers of Iowa's Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway receives Proclamation from the state of Iowa Governor Terry Branstad. Press Release: The State of Iowa Along with Prairie Rivers of Iowa is observing October 31, 2013 as the Lincoln Highway Centennial Day (Ames, Iowa) – Prairie Rivers of Iowa, which manages the Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway for the Iowa Department of Transportation’s Iowa Byways program, is celebrating the Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway’s centennial anniversary along with the state of Iowa. A proclamation by the state of Iowa was issued by the Governor of Iowa, Terry Branstad, on the 21st of October, 2013. The Lincoln Highway holds a statewide significance with the byway crossing Iowa, river to river, connecting thirteen counties, and forty-four communities. Iowans were instrumental in the establishment of the Lincoln Highway and the formation of the modern Lincoln Highway Association. As the Lincoln Highway was the first coast-to-coast improved highway in the United States, stretching from New York City through Iowa to San...
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