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  JFK Thursday 22 November 2001  
Before September 11th, the American tragic event for which there was worldwide grief was the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on the 22nd November in 1963 in Dallas, Texas.

Everyone can remember where they where when they heard the news.
For two sisters, Clare and Mairead O'Connor, from County Laoise in the Republic of Ireland, the fascination with Kennedy began when he visited their country just months before he died and it has remained a life long ambition to visit the sites associated with the first Irish Catholic President.
After much soul searching they decided not to cancel their trip after the terrorist bombings and accompanied by reporter Mary Harte started their journey in Boston.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum
The Sixth Floor Museum


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