JAMA. 1913;61(16):1460- 1462.
October 18, 1913
The emphasis of responsibility for the occurrence of water-borne diseases is so often put on the water-supplies of our larger communities that by way of contrast the conditions in American rural districts are usually thought of, if not actually pictured in the public mind, as almost ideal. Naturally enough, farms which are generally remote from villages and cities or other areas of congested population seem to be ideally situated for obtaining wholesome water. In reality, however, deplorably insanitary conditions as regards the farm water-supplies prevail widely, if we may believe the authorized reports that have accumulated within two or three years from various state and national government sources.
The Water-Supply of Rural Communities. JAMA. 2013;310(15):1629. doi:10.1001/jama.2013.5367
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