Objects & Places from Blue Highways: A Journey Into America

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Ghost Dancing

William chooses this nickname as a symbol of his Plains Indians ancestors.

Columbia, Missouri

This location is the starting point for William's trip.

Shelbyville, Kentucky

William talks with three men who are rebuilding an historic structure in this location.

Nameless, Tennessee

This location is one of William's favorite place names.

Wanchese, North Carolina

In this location, William helps a local fisherman load crates of crabs.

Ninety Six, South Carolina

This location has an object named for its pointed structure which was built by patriots in defense against Cherokee Indians

Swamp Guinea's Fish Lodge

At this location, William eats a huge dinner.

The Monastery of the Holy Spirit

William has lunch with monks at this location.

Selma, Alabama

William befriends two young black men at this location and discusses race relations.

Dime Box, Texas

William gets a haircut and a history lesson at this location.



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