Level 4 Storyboard

Level 4 Storyboard

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  • Warm Springs, GA
  • Inside of Little White house
  • Mr. Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt talking at the table
  • Welcome to Little White house 
  • The town of Warm Springs, Ga
  • This is where President Roosevelt found the strength to resume his political career and a positive outlet for his own personal struggle with polio through creation of the Warm Springs Foundation.
  • When he bought out the white house
  • President Roosevelt and his family will come here every year except 1942, from the first visit in 1924 until his death  in 1945 from Polio. 
  • President Roosevelt at the pool in his backyard.
  • By the late 18th century, settlers came to the area. The population grew with the advancement of the railroad, and by the 1830’s, it was the site of a summer resort and a village.
  • In 1923, George Foster Peabody, a prominent businessman and philanthropist from New York. Purchased The Little White house. 
  • Peabody shared the story of a young polio victim’s recovery after bathing in the swimming pools at Warm Springs with his friend, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The young paralyzed politician was paralyzed waist down in 1921 from polio. on October 3, 1924 Roosevelt arrived at the resort hoping to find a cure for Polio. The next day, he began swimming and immediately felt an improvement for the first time in three years. He was able to move his right leg 
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