Rebuilt roads benefit the farmers and city people in United States.
United States USA Date:1929 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The importance of roads and highways in the development of United States. The Bureau of Public Roads cooperated with the States to build the National Forest and Federal Aid Highway system. An early automobile driven on an early road. The car makes its way trough the slush and muck. An automobile driven on a rebuilt road. Farmers and city people benefit alike. Cars driven on a road amidst farms. A car crosses a bridge. Farmers separate seed on a seed separator as truck drives away hauling bags of seed. Trucks transport hay bales and sacks of grain from the farms to the city. Farmers load cartons onto a truck. Logs on a van. A truck transports wooden planks.
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