By Blue Lion.
|(3/-1) U.S. 491 (formerly U.S. 666) passes close to this monument in the Southwest; no, it isn't named for Dean Smithâ€™s infamous offense.||56||15||31|
|(6/-2) She sang of her hometown, Nutbush, Tennessee, on U.S. 19, where â€œthe people keep the city clean.â€||24||26||52|
|(9/-3) Of Amarillo, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, and St. Louis, the one where you can't â€œget your kicks on Route 66â€||47||21||34|
|(12/-4) This city, the western terminus of U.S. 30, is named for a German-born tycoon who headed the American Fur Company.||54||6||42|
|(15/-5) A monument at the crossroads of U.S. 49 and U.S. 61 marks the spot where, according to legend, this bluesman sold his soul.||43||2||57|
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