America's hidden corners: places off the beaten path

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National Geographic Society, 1983 - Travel - 199 pages
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"Discover 75 of America's best out-of-the-way escapes -- from historic small towns and quaint villages to unspoiled coastal regions and remote deserts and mountain ranges."

* Take the back roads to places nationwide that are well off the tourist routes. You'll uncover hidden corners you didn't know existed.
* Includes scenic itineraries, descriptive essays by seasoned travel writers, and easy-to-use, full-color maps that key you to the must-see sights.
* Detailed practical information highlights unique inns and B&Bs, annual festivals, hiking trails, antiquing -- everything you need to plan your perfect getaway.
* Vivid, color photos capture the beauty and special quality of each hidden corner.

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Contents

Foreword
6
The Prairie and Badlands
62
The Upper Peninsula
92

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