IN OCTOBER 1924 wealthy New Yorker Franklin D.
Roosevelt boarded a train bound for Georgia in search of
healing waters for his polio-crippled body. His experiences
in the South not only improved his health but also
inspired a series of events that would power progress for
decades to come.
BY DONNA ABERNATHY
18 • Third Quarter 2013
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2013