The Great Train Ride

Jetton, William C.
August 2006
Good Old Days;Aug2006, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p32
Recalls the author's train ride adventure when he was nine years old. Decision by the author's relatives to place him and his older sisters in the Baptist Children's Home in Troy, Alabama; Enjoyment that he had in living at the children's home; His experience in riding a train from Troy to Montgomery, Alabama without food and money.


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