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MACADAM: Revision history

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  • curprev 19:3919:39, 27 July 2008Randylyon talk contribs 138 bytes +138 New page: MACADAM. A once popular road-surfacing material made of crushed rock and oil. The surface was used first on Iowa Street in the late 1800s.