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Historical Markers AVERY
     

Historical Markers AVERY

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by Jack Young
 
Historical Marker Series Volume 38.
This book shows you the HISTORICAL MARKERS at the Hiawatha Trail in AVERY, Idaho. In this edition, you will find a total of 39 historical markers. Each marker is described with its

location, GPS coordinates, and the exact inscription. If you click onto the GPS coordinates (if you have access to the internet), your

Overview

Historical Marker Series Volume 38.
This book shows you the HISTORICAL MARKERS at the Hiawatha Trail in AVERY, Idaho. In this edition, you will find a total of 39 historical markers. Each marker is described with its

location, GPS coordinates, and the exact inscription. If you click onto the GPS coordinates (if you have access to the internet), your browser will open ‘Google Map’ and shows the position

of the marker in the map. [Remark: Some browser settings result in a message as a script error. To avoid this close your browser and click the link again. If your devise does not support

Google map (most Apple devices), your link will result in an empty page. Copy the coordinates and paste it in your map software.]
The markers are sort by the name of the location. The list of the markers will never be complete. Every day new markers will be added.
With one click, you are able to jump from the content to the markers of your choice, and back to the content to search for other markers.
Because it is an E-Book and you always have your reading device with you, it is specialized for this kind of reader, who wants to have some Information on hand in a short way or get some

entertainment while traveling.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015528039
Publisher:
Bluepalm Publishing
Publication date:
10/15/2012
Series:
Historical Markers Series , #38
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
127 KB

Meet the Author

JACK YOUNG
He is born in Germany 1957.
He lived there until 1999 when he immigrated to the US. He finally got his US citizenship in July 2008.
He lived in South Carolina and Florida.
In 2006 he started to write books about historical places in the US and began to convert his writings into E-books.
Beside this book, he published several other books in English and German.
Most of his books are historical books, travel guides, books about the US, joke books and some other titles.
To find all his books visit http://www.jackyoung.us

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