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EyeWitness to History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy

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EyeWitness to History gives a brief overview of the motorcade through Dallas and its horrific consequences. Following that is a transcription of Lady Bird Johnson’s recollection of what happened in her car as part of the motorcade and what she experienced at Parkland Hospital where President Kennedy was taken. At the end of the article her complete remembrance of the events is referenced in the National Archives.

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