10 Streets That Changed America (PBS) Rated TV-PG

A documentary highlights ten streets that changed America. Starring Michelle Young and Geoffrey Baer.

This is a great documentary that highlights the history of ten streets that changed America. The film talks about the history of certain streets from Native American roads to the automobiles that paved the streets we still drive today. The documentary covers many streets, each with their own history and facts. Taking viewers cross-country, they discuss Broadway: New York; Boston Post Road: Boston to New York; St. Charles Avenue: New Orléans; The National Road: Cumberland, Virginia to Vandalia, Illinois; Eastern Parkway: Brooklyn, New York; Woodward Avenue: Detroit; Lincoln Highway: New York to San Francisco; Greenwood Avenue: Tulsa, Oklahoma; Wilshire Boulevard: Los Angeles; and Kalamazoo Mall: Kalamazoo, Michigan. Each street has a history that changed the way Americans communicate and travel, but the roads have also influenced our culture. This is a film worth a watch.


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