The historic crossing of two original transnational highways is found at the intersection of 10th Street and 6th Avenue, bypassing Lincoln Park in the center of DeWitt. At this intersection, the Lincoln Highway (later Highway 30) and Highway 61 (historically know as the Blues Highway) cross. The notable crossing is marked at this intersection with a crossroads emblem on the roadway, along with a placard that can be found alongside the street in Lincoln Park.
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