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 California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The state's official nickname is "The Golden State", which may refer to either the discovery of gold in California in 1848 and the subsequent
The state is liberal-leaning, technologically and culturally savvy, and a world center of engineering businesses, the film and television industry and, as mentioned above, American agricultural production.
Citrus, oranges in particular, were widely grown, and the foundation was laid for the state's prodigious agricultural production of today.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/California

  
 Colorado Highways: History
State highways built by convicts include the roads from Pueblo to Leadville (1919), from Colorado Springs to Leadville, from Cañon City to the Royal Gorge Bridge (1911), and the roads in the Big Thompson, Colorado, and St. Vrain canyons.
The Colorado highway system was established by having the counties submit maps showing their most traveled roads, and the first state primary system covered 1643.5mi.
Colorado led the country in the use of convict labor until ending it in 1926.
www.mesalek.com /colo/history.html

  
 About the Colorado Highways Site
The general idea is to log information for all of the numbered highways in the state, information such as where they end, where they go, how they get there, their history, etcetera.
Before 1968 the state gave every stretch of highway in the state an SH number, even if it was only marked in the field as a US or Interstate.
This site started out in rudimentary form in spring 1997, after having seen similar sites for several other states.
www.mesalek.com /colo/about.html

  
 Definition of Missouri
Civil War, Missouri, a slave state, was split with portions adhering to the Union, and others seceding with the southern states.
Missouri produces the most lead of all of the states in the Union with most of these mines in the central eastern portion of the state.
As of 2001, there were 108,000 farms, the second largest number in any state after Texas.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Missouri

  
 www.asinah.net Start
We has built a strong reputation as an outstanding mortgage information portal serving the lending needs of real estate professionals, builders and individual homebuyers throughout the United States, Canada and the European Union.
The federal and state government is dominated by two political parties, the Republicans and the Democrats.
If I save a dollar a day how much would I have in the bank when I retire?
united-states.asinah.net /american-encyclopedia/wikipedia/c/co/colorad...

  
 Wyoming Highways @ RockyMountainRoads.com
Several stretches of Wyoming highways within national forest boundaries are designated by the U.S. Forest Service as scenic byways.
The State of Wyoming has designated six scenic loop tours, three in the southern half of the state and three in the northern half of the state.
License plates in the state of Wyoming feature the "bucking bronco." This horse has appeared on Wyoming license plates since 1936.
rockymountainroads.com /wyoming

  
 Wyoming @ RockyMountainRoads.com - State Route Junction List
That guide lists highways by their state inventory control number.
Since these inventory numbers are not featured on the highways, this list is designed to provide mileposting information for individual, signed highways.
The fourth column lists the state control inventory route, and the fifth column provides the distance between each geographical feature.
rockymountainroads.com /wyoming/state_routes.html

  
 States' Attitudes Towards Speed Limits: Detailed List
Highway Commissioner Fred VanKirk has been opposed to higher speed limits because he says the law is too lenient on those who break the speed limit on interstates and other divided highways by 1-10 mph (the penalty is a $5 plus court costs fine and no indication on your driving record)
State officials said they may increase some of the new 60 mph limits to 65 on some routes if traffic seems to move safely at 60.
State Road 80 in western Palm Beach County from Royal Palm Beach Boulevard to Belle Glade: 55 to 65 mph
www.ibiblio.org /rdu/sl-attud/list.html

  
 List of state highways in the United States - NZ Boy
List of state highways in the United States
Starware search is an excellent resource for quality sites on list of state highways in the united states and much more!
List Of State Highway In The United State: Search our database for schools and training programs to prepare you for a rewarding career.
www.nzboy.co.nz /ie/l/li/list_of_state_highways_in_the_united_states.html

  
 Sacred Sites - Martin Gray
The Golden Word Book Center in Sedona, Arizona can assist you in obtaining books on sacred sites, pilgrimage and related subjects.
The Love of Nature: Hsu Hsia-k'o and His Early Travels ; Program of East Asian Studies Occasional Paper No. 3; Western Washington State College; 1971
These sources are listed in alphabetical order and each entry includes the name of the publisher, and the place and date of publication.
www.sacredsites.com /bib2.html

  
 David Hunt Botanical Publications - Secondhand Literature
This list covers books etc mainly devoted to cacti and other succulents offered for sale to help finance publication of the new Cactus Lexicon.
The list is arranged alphabetically by authors under the following categories: Cacti; Other Succulents; Cacti and Succulents (General); Regional Treatments (New World/Old World) and Miscellaneous.
The books are in very good or good condition unless otherwise noted, but further details will be supplied on application.
www.cactuslexicon.org /bookroom.html

  
 List of books: Deserts and Desert Wildflowers (Including Baja and South Africa)
Will appeal to hikers, off-road travelers, photographers and campers who wish to experience the fascinating landscape with such a rich variety of desert plants and animals in California's largest state park.
This is a field guide to common species of wildflowers of the Sonoran Desert, including Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Saguaro National Park, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Ironwood Forest National Monument and the Sonoran portion of Joshua Tree national Park.
Highways, dirt roads and even trails are illustrated on 110 pages.
www.rainbowgardensbookshop.com /desert.html

  
 VoS - Voice of the Shuttle
Presenters University: The Art of Presentation (guide to the art of multimedia presentations; includes articles on writing and giving presentations, presentation technology, technical considerations in adapting a presentation to a particular room configuration, etc.) (Proxima, Inc.)
Humanist Discussion Group ("an international electronic seminar on the application of computers to the humanities")
CREW: Compact for Responsive Electronic Writing ("a non-binding, strictly symbolic agreement among WWW authors promising to open their documents to links proposed by others in the community")
vos.ucsb.edu /browse.asp?id=2733

  
 HNTB Highways - Client List
Connecticut Department of Transportation (including state Highway Department)
Web site created by the HNTB Technology Group.
highways.hntb.com /9d_client.htm

  
 State Transportation Web Sites
United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration
www.fhwa.dot.gov /webstate.htm

  
 Colorado's Nuclear Missile Silos - Maps - Flights J, L, M and K
From the west junction of State Highways 71 and 14, go north 24 miles on State Highway 71, then left 5 miles on County Road 132, then left 2 miles, Missile is on the left.
From the west junction of State Highways 71 and 14, go east 6.8 miles on State Highway 14, then left 3.9 miles on County Road 5, then left 0.4 miles on County Road 34.
From the west junction of State Highways 71 and 14, go north 24 miles on State Highway 71, then left 5 miles on County Road 132, then right 3.5 miles on County Road 135.
www.coloradopeace.org /MissileMaps/Flights-JLMN.html

  
 Highway Kick-Off Page @ AARoads: State and Provincial Highway Websites
Highways and bridges in Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania suburbs, southern New Jersey, and northern Delaware.
This page describes the roads and highways in the area known as "Michiana", which is comprised of Southwestern Michigan and the area of Northern Indiana outside of the Chicago metropolitan area ("Chicagoland"); South Bend, Indiana, is the regional center.
Magnolia Meanderings, the Highways and Byways of Mississippi (Adam Froehlig).
www.aaroads.com /kick-off/statelinks.html

  
 Alamosa County - Resolution
Roads across public lands that are not public roads or public highways, under Colorado or federal law, shall remain under the exclusive jurisdiction of the appropriate public agency.
All public roads located within Alamosa County, Colorado that have not been heretofore formally vacated by the Board of County Commissioners are hereby designated as public highways.
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Alamosa County, Colorado, considers the existing system of roads, trails and paths as vital to the public welfare and flow of commerce within this County, like the federal and state highway systems are vital to the welfare and commerce of the State of Colorado, and;
www.cohvco.org /ca4wdci/web_pgs/res_alamosa.htm   (530 words)

  
 San Diego California Freeway Exit List
There are also call boxes on state highways that are not freeways, on a few roads that are not state highways or freeways, and in a few other places.
A California state highway is represented by enclosing the route number in a triangle with rounded sides.
In the case of highways under construction, the distance is apparently measured from what will be the end of the highway when it is finished.
efgh.com /trans/sdexits.htm   (530 words)

  
 Colorado Maps - Perry-Castañeda Map Collection - UT Library Online
Colorado (reference map) PDF format (268K) Shaded relief map with state boundaries, forest cover, place names, major highways.
Colorado (reference map) JPEG format (265K) Shaded relief map with state boundaries, forest cover, place names, major highways.
Colorado - Federal Lands and Indian Reservations PDF format (1MB) The National Atlas of the United States of America, U.S. Geological Survey, 2003
www.lib.utexas.edu /maps/colorado.html   (455 words)

  
 Blanca Trail Closure Status
Roads across public lands that are not public roads or public highways, under Colorado or federal law, shall remain under the exclusive jurisdiction of the appropriate public agency.
All public roads located within Alamosa County, Colorado that have not been heretofore formally vacated by the Board of County Commissioners are hereby designated as public highways.
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Alamosa County, Colorado, considers the existing system of roads, trails and paths as vital to the public welfare and flow of commerce within this County, like the federal and state highway systems are vital to the welfare and commerce of the State of Colorado, and;
www.4x4now.com /blanca.htm   (455 words)

  
 Medina v. State
Attached to the state's motion to dismiss was the affidavit of Richard D. Andrew, the state geologist in charge of evaluating the state's highways for rockfall hazards.
The state basically argued that it was immune from suit in this case because "it was the design of the road and the cut slope above the road that led to the rock striking the bus," not the state's failure to maintain the highway.
Whether the state's failure to maintain a right- of- way fence adjacent to a state highway renders it liable in a private tort action for injuries sustained by a highway user is indeed dependent on the nature and extent of the state's duty under the Fence Law.
www.childrensjustice.org /litigation/Litigation/COCases/Medina_v_State.html   (455 words)

  
 Colorado Maps - Perry-Castañeda Map Collection - UT Library Online
Colorado (reference map) PDF format (268K) Shaded relief map with state boundaries, forest cover, place names, major highways.
Colorado (reference map) JPEG format (265K) Shaded relief map with state boundaries, forest cover, place names, major highways.
Colorado - Federal Lands and Indian Reservations PDF format (1MB) The National Atlas of the United States of America, U.S. Geological Survey, 2003
www.lib.utexas.edu /maps/colorado.html   (455 words)

  
 Colorado Motorist Insurance Identification Program
In an effort to reduce the risk to the Citizens of Colorado from uninsured motor vehicles operating on Colorado highways, the 1997 Colorado General Assembly enacted a three year program to identify uninsured motorists and to assist in the enforcement of automobile liability insurance requirements of the state.
The purpose of the Colorado Motorist Insurance Identification Program is to provide an online tool to law enforcement officials and the Motor Vehicle Division to determine whether reasonable grounds exist to believe that a person is operating a vehicle without the minimum liability insurance required by Colorado law.
The underlying rationale for the program is that if there are fewer uninsured motorists operating on the highways, the number of uninsured accidents will decline.
www.driveinsured.com /publish/colorado.htm   (199 words)

  
 DOW ASKS MOTORISTS TO WATCH OUT FOR WILDLIFE
Patt Dorsey, an area wildlife manager in Durango, said stretches of U.S. highways 160 and 550 near the southwestern Colorado tourist town are “major kill zones,” where elk and deer carcasses provide scavengers with impromptu food supplies.
To address roadkill problems on Colorado 82, the DOW and CDOT are working on a project to widen lanes on the roadway to include wildlife fencing, underpasses, and other long-term solutions.
Wildlife officers working in the Roaring Fork River region in northwest Colorado are so used to seeing dead animals on Colorado Highway 82, many consider the stretch of road between Glenwood Springs and Aspen a killing ground for wildlife.
www.outdoorcentral.com /mc/pr/04/03/17e1.asp   (199 words)

  
 Colorado Code Publishing Company - Fort Collins Municipal Code and Charter - Chapter 24: Streets and Sidewalks
Public necessity and convenience require that a portion of State Highway No. 1, which lies in and on a street of the city, be widened and reconstructed in accordance with the plans and specifications of Project No. C 06-0001-17 of the Department of Highways, State of Colorado.
The city recognizes the right of the state Department of Highways and its contractor or contractors to proceed at once or at any time in the future to construct the connecting links of State Highway No. 1 in the city on the portions of the street involved.
All the laws of the state for the assessment and collection of the general taxes, including the laws for the sale of property for unpaid taxes, shall apply to and have full force and effect for the collection of all such assessments.
www.colocode.com /ftcollins/municipal/chapter24.htm   (199 words)

  
 State of Colorado annual highway safety work program (Division of Highway Safety, Colorado Dept. of Highways, State of Colorado.)
Division of Highway Safety, Colorado Dept. of Highways, State of Colorado.
State of Colorado annual highway safety work program (Division of Highway Safety, Colorado Dept. of Highways, State of Colorado.)
State of Colorado annual highway safety work program
www.getcited.org /pub/100498581   (199 words)

  
 MaPSTeDI - Resources for Georeferencing
Colorado Highways - Complete list of highways in Colorado, past and present
Colorado Counties - Details the history of Colorado's counties including splits and mergers of counties.
It's useful because most are from pre-1950 and show pictures (and descriptions) of old places/mines/etc in Colorado that may not be anywhere else.
mapstedi.colorado.edu /resources.html   (493 words)

  
 Western Exit Guide
This website provides junction lists for freeways in the following ten states in the Western United States and Mexico, Arizona, Baja California, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.
Baja California is the ninth state to be added to the Western Exit Guide.
Colorado is the tenth state to be added to the Western Exit Guide.
www.westernexitguide.com   (493 words)

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