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Visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.  This site includes links to the lives of JFK and Jacqueline Kennedy, historic speeches, and the 50th Anniversary Web Site. Lyndon Johnson, speech,Congress This set of primary source materials from Northwest Vista Community College includes the Warren Commission Report, the report of the Select Committee on Assassinations of the U.S. House of Representatives, LBJ Phone Calls, and links to materials from American Memory, JFK Presidential Library's: Death of the President, the Kennedy Assassination Home Page, and the Assassination Archive and Research Center.
audio programming,video programming,local news sources,KRLD,KDFW, and WFAA television. police recording analysis The National Archives hosts a collection that consists of more than 5 million pages of assassination-related records, photographs, motion pictures, sound recordings and artifacts.  Most of the records are open for research.
Powered by the Dallas Morning News, this site offers many video interviews with eyewitnesses, as well as Jim Lehrer's interview with the Sunday editor of the Dallas Morning News. ABC News has links to videos and photos related to JFK, including interviews and video of Abraham Zapruder, an eyewitness in Dealey Plaza. Spartacus Educational includes information about the Zapruder film as well as the actual video from 1963.
orville nix film kennedy assassination This PBS web resource includes links to information about the people and events from November 22, 1963, including John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby, Robert Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Earl Warren. jfk assassination,public records
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