I am so not a Kennedy person, but my friend Dawn told me I had to read it and I finally did. It was phenomenal. I was born in 1981 so I have only ever heard generic text book things about the Kennedy's and the assassination. This book was so well written, however, that I felt like I was there. The chapter on the aftermath of the assassination literally made me cry. I highly, highly recommend this book!!
Battle of Bunker Hill. The battle is named after the adjacent Bunker Hill, which was peripherally involved in the battle, and was the original objective of both the colonial and British troops, though the vast majority of combat took place on Breed's Hill.
Caroline Celestia Ingalls Swanzey - Folk and literary figure. Born in Montgomery County, Kansas. the third child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls, she was known throughout her life as Carrie. After finishing school, she became a typesetter for the De Smet News, then The Keystone Recorder and The Hill City Star.
Mysterious hill of crosses where pilgrims actually believe Christ can perform miracles The tradition of leaving crosses began after an uprising against the Russian tsar was put down in 1831 Relatives of the dead rebels, with no bodies to bury, instead left crosses on this hill to commemorate their fallen Today there are some 200,000 crosses, carvings and shrines at the site made out of everything from wood to metal.