an excerpt from Arise Again and Defend Your People by David Cohen published by Freedom Press in Freedom, Florida, 1979:
Noah himself rode on the first train to Freedom with the tired refugees of the SS St. Louis. Although his powers would certainly have allowed him to fly to Freedom in no time, he would not leave the people he had shepherded so far. Eyewitness reports say that he barely spoke at all, but for a word of comfort here and there. Instead he stared intensely out the windows, and a strong wind gusted through the state as they passed. His mind was obviously on the meeting to come.
It would be his first meeting with the Sons of Freedom, his heroes and, later, allies. It was his first visit to America, a land where the legend of Noah was to become almost as significant as it did in his birthplace. The events set in motion on his visit to Freedom would forever cement his place in history, and perhaps the bearded sage with the carven staff, so much wiser than his years, could sense a little of what was to come, the change coming in the wind.