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Assassination of
President Kennedy



The November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy has sparked more controversy and left more unanswered questions than perhaps any other event in modern history. Who killed President Kennedy? How was he killed? Was his death the result of a domestic or foreign conspiracy? Was the official Warren Commission part of a government cover up? This Jackdaw — originally published in England in 1967 before the facts could become blurred or adjusted by the passage of time — offers students a unique opportunity to handle and analyze documentary evidence, including a full size reproduction of the alleged weapon, F.B.I. photographs and eyewitness autopsy report, official Warren Commission exhibits, excerpts from Jacqueline Kennedy’s testimony to the Warren Commission, and a full-color model of Dealey Plaza. The documents are sure to inspire lively classroom debate and help students form their own hypotheses and opinions. Historians: Michael Rand, Howard Loxton, and Len Deighton. The contents of this Jackdaw feature:


  • J.F.K.
  • Dallas
  • The Assassination
  • The Warren Commission
  • Jack Ruby

Historical Documents

  • Dealey Plaza Plan and Model
  • Anti-Kennedy Poster Circulated in Dallas on November 21, 1963
  • Photograph of the Assassination
  • Final Page of Warren Commission Exhibit 387: Summary of Autopsy Report
  • Warren Commission Exhibit 385: Medical Illustration of President Kennedy’s Neck Wounds
  • F.B.I. Eye Witness Report of Autopsy
  • Page from Warren Commission Exhibit 397: Autopsy Descriptive Sheet
  • F.B.I. Exhibit 60: Montage of Photographs of President Kennedy’s Shirt
  • Partial Transcript of Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy’s Testimony as Reproduced in Vol. V of the Warren Commission Hearings
  • Warren Commission Document 767: Summary of Secret Service Interview of Alonzo Hudkins
  • Advertisement from The American Rifleman, February 1963
  • Full Size Reproduction of the Alleged Assassination Weapon
  • “Unanswered Questions”: Assassination Evidence Summary
  • Map of Central and Oak Cliff Areas of Dallas

Reproducible Student Activities

Price: $69.50



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