African Americans Impact From Warm Springs

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We will explore the lives of African Americans connected with FDR and Eleanor in and around Warm Springs as well as Georgia and Alabama. Their influence helped shape the civil rights era as it was beginning to bud. Presentation in the Museum Theater at 11:00 a.m.

From FDR's Valet to George Washington Carver, they have a story to tell and their impact on the Roosevelt's lives is quite remarkable. We hope you will join us as we explore a few of these marvelous individuals who played an important role in FDR and Eleanor's lives just as the Civil Rights era began.

Admission: $9-$14
Event Phone: 706-655-5870

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Location
Roosevelt's Little White House Historic Site
401 Little White House Road
Warm Springs, GA 31830

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GPS Coordinates:

N 32.880700 | W -084.686416
Located ΒΌ mile south of Warm Springs on Highway 85.


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Roosevelt's Little White House Historic Site
401 Little White House Road
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Roosevelt's Little White House Historic Site