Pioneer, History, Connection
At the time of the Dorlikon pioneers only Indian paths led west,
and yet, the traffic connections to the Midwest hold a core position in
the history of North America. My wife and I went to one of the most
important centers in this context, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, coming
from Newark, New Jersey. As a member of a delegation of experts
I had been to Newark twenty years before, when, for the first time
worldwide , a novel way of building runways was being tested there.
On our visit in 1992, on the other hand, I was more interested in the
airport's three large hangars, for engineers of our firm were drawing
the plans for a monorail designed to link the various parts of the
whole complex. The monorail itself was also to be delivered by a
"Julia Beringer Huber,"
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 46
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol46/iss3/4