9 edition of Driving across Kansas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references index.
|Statement||Ted T. Cable & Wayne A. Maley.|
|Contributions||Maley, Wayne A.|
|LC Classifications||F679.3 .C33 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2003005308|
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In his introduction to Dan Dancer's The Four Seasons of Kansas, bestselling author William Least Heat-Moon reflects upon the Great Kansas Driving across Kansas book of those who race their cars westward across Interstate 70 without trying to understand the truth of the Cable and Wayne Maley come to the rescue of those bored and blinkered speed-driven travelers with a new guide that will expand and /5(6).
Ted T. Cable, professor of park management and conservation, has published his 15th book, "Driving across Kansas: A Guide to I, Revised and Updated Edition." This guidebook, published by the University Press of Kansas, combines information about history, geography, agriculture and nature with practical traveling tips to make the trip from.
"The book chronicles just about everything worth seeing or talking about along the mile corridor from Kansas City to St. Louis. Everything from the lone brick chimney (with the TV antenna still attached) near Sweet Springs, to the foot Ferris wheel at High Hill, to the MetroLink tracks in St.
Louis."/5(4). Driving across Kansas: A Guide to I In this Book. Additional Information. Driving across Kansas: A Guide to I; Ted T. Cable, Wayne A.
Maley; Book; Published by: University Press of Kansas; View contents. View Citation. About the Author. Ted T. Cable is a professor of Park Management and Conservation at Kansas State University and author of 10 books about nature and travel, including Commitments of the Heart: Odysseys in West African is coauthor, with Wayne A.
Maley, of Driving across Kansas: A Guide to ILuAnn M. Cadden is a freelance writer and naturalist who has worked for the Missouri.
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