Dixie Highway

The Dixie Highway was first planned in 1914 to connect the Midwest with the Southern United States. It was part of the National Auto Trail system. It is a network of connected paved roads rather than one single highway. It was constructed and expanded from 1915 to 1927.

The Dixie Highway was inspired by the example of the slightly earlier Lincoln Highway, the first road across the United States. It was overseen by the Dixie Highway Association, and funded by a group of individuals, businesses, local governments, and states.

The route was marked by a red stripe with the

white letters "DH", usually with a white stripe above and below. The logo was commonly painted on utility poles.

  1. Dixie Highway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    The Dixie Highway was a United States automobile highway, first planned in 1914 to connect the US Midwest with the Southern United States. It was part of the ...
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  3. Dixie Highway (RVD) - U.S. Highways


    Nov 29, 2001 - Guide to this eastern U.S. highway system of the early 1900s.

  4. 1923 Dixie Highway Map - U.S. Highways


    The Dixie Highway in 1923. 1923 official map. Go Back.

  5. The Historic Context of the Dixie Highway - US Highways


    The Dixie Highway is significant nationally as the first highway to link the rural American South to the urban North. The construction of this interstate highway ...

  6. Dixie Highway 90-mile Yard Sale | Facebook


    Dixie Highway 90-mile Yard Sale. 2695 likes · 3 talking about this. The 90-mile yard sale is the first weekend in June annually throughout northwest Georgia's ...

  7. The Dixie Highway in Georgia | Facebook


    The Dixie Highway in Georgia. 265 likes · 3 talking about this. We are a group of historians with New South Associates working on mapping and researching the ...

  8. Touring Dixie Highway in Indiana - Cruise-IN.com


    A tour of the Dixie Highway in Indiana from South Bend to New Albany. Travel it now, before the I 69 extension obliterates some original road segments.

  9. Florida Scenic Highways » Heritage Crossroads – Miles of History ...


    The historic communities of Espanola, Bunnell, and Flagler Beach are tied to Florida's early transportation. Take a ride down OldDixie Highway, built in 1914.

  10. THE Dixie Highway - Ohio Lincoln Highway League


    IN SEARCH OF . . . THE DIXIE HIGHWAY IN OHIO Page One Michael G. Buettner February, 2006. By the fall of 1914, Carl G. Fisher was no longer at front and ...

  11. Dixie Highway in Michigan - Roger Reini's Site


    This is an illustrated description of a southbound trip down the famous Dixie Highway, the eastern branch of which went from Sault Ste. Marie down to Florida.