Linking once distant towns and settlements, on Mar. 29, 1806, construction was authorized for the Great National Pike. The project became the first federal highway in the United States, and prompted construction of other roads to link the vast territories of the United States.
Today In History- March 29
Construction authorized of Great National Pike becoming the first United States federal highway.
Stories about Today In History- March 29
1st National Highway initiated in Maryland.
- Cumberland, Maryland
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