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JFK Puzzle Word Search

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy Crossword

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President John F. Kennedy proposed a 10-year, aid program for Latin America. The program came to be known as the __________ ALLIANCEFORPROGRESS
Murder for political or Religious reasons. ASSASSINATION
In 1961, the United States sent Cuban exiles to Cuba to try and overthrow Fidel Castro's government. BAYOFPIGS
JFK wanted ____ between everybody EQUALITY
School JFK attended (in college) HARVARD
Assassin of JFK LEEHARVEYOSWALD
Some elected to be the head of a republican state. PRESIDENT
_______ was the other candidate when JFK was running. RICHARDNIXON
Crisis going on at the time (dealing with missiles) CubanMissileCrisis
JFK's wife JacquelineKennedy
Bill signed by JFK Civilrightsbill
JFK Fought in the __________ Navy
JFK was born here Massachusetts
JFK believed strongly in freedom Freedom
JFK was a _____ before he was the president Senator
JFK's speech after he won Newfrontier

John F. Kennedy Crossword

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What is John F. Kennedy's middle name? Fitzgerald
What number president was John Kennedy? thirty fifth
In what city was President Kennedy assassinated? Dallas
Who was President Kennedy's vice-president? Lyndon Johnson
What was President Kennedy's wife's name? Jackie
Who was charged with killing President Kennedy? Lee Harvey Oswald
What weapon was used to assassinate President Kennedy? rifle
Where did John Kennedy live before he was elected President? Georgetown
In what state was President Kennedy born? Massachusetts
How many siblings did John Kennedy have? eight
In what role did John Kennedy serve in the navy? lieutenant
What college did John Kennedy attend? Harvard
What was the operation to overthrow Castro called? Bay of Pigs
President Kennedy's daughter's name Caroline
Plaza where John Kennedy was killed Dealey Plaza
Who shot Lee Harvey Oswald? Jack Ruby
What burns on President Kennedy's grave? eternal flame
What carried President Kennedy's coffin? caisson
An artist's sculpture shows which president crying over Kennedy's death? Abraham Lincoln
What religion was President Kennedy? Catholic

President Kennedy Word Find Word Search

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Cuban Missile Crisis Crossword

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Which side backed down first in the crisis? USSR
What were people who were forced to leave Cuba because they opposed Castro known as? Exiles
What did John F. Kennedy order against Cuba? Blockade
What was the treaty where both countries agreed to limit the amount of nuclear weapons they possessed? Test Ban Treaty
What was the name of the secret invasion launched by the USA against Cuba? Bag of Pigs
Who became leader of Cuba in 1959? Fidel Castro
Who was the president of the USA? John F Kennedy
Nikita Khrushchev was the president of what country? Russia
What kind of state did Cuba become? Communist
What did the USA refuse to buy from Cuba? Sugar
What was the name of the special phone line that was set up between Washington and Moscow after the crisis? Hotline
In which month did Soviet ships head for Cuba? October

Civil Rights Crossword

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Laws that segregated African Americans Segregation but Equal
Segregation by custom and tradition De facto segregation
something that is built, installed, or established to serve a particular prupose Facility
Major black civil rights activist who was assassinated Martin Luther King Jr
Helped African Americans ride public transportation Montgomery Bus Boycott
An agricultural estate worked by laborers Plantations
Agreeing with standards of proper behavior, good state, or morality Decent
Making s statement based on a personal knowledge or belief Testifying
A person who asks for votes, contributions, or supports to determine public opinion Canvassers
To sit next to or in contract with Adjoining
Unable to cure Incurable
African Americans had to ___________ to vote Register
The president at the time. Then was assassinated for his beliefs JFK
where MLK gave his "I Had a Dream" speech The March on Washington
An attempt to kill a bill by having a group of senators taking turns speaking so that a vote cannot take place Filibuster
A motion that ends debate and calls for an immediate vote Cloture
President after JFK died and major civil rights activist Lyndon B. Johnson
Prejiduce or discrimination against a person because of their beliefs Racism
The mobilization of the political and economic power of African Americans Black Power
Inspirational/key role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott Rosa Parks

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John F Kennedy Crossword

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policy developed by kennedy's advisors to build up non-nuclear forces flexible response
hookup between white house and Kremlin that allowed leaders to communicate at once if crisis hot line
banned nuclear testing in atmosphere between U.S./Soviet Union limited test ban treaty
foreign aid, offered economic and technical assistance to help Latin American countries improve living standards alliance for progress
closest election since 1888, and the economy was in a recession. Kennedy won because of his stance on civil rights and use of television election of 1960
democratic president after Eisenhower who promised a more active leadership "to get America moving again." He made many television appearences to inform the public about the current state of the nation. He also played a key role in the Cuban Missile Crisis John F. Kennedy
exhibiting a dynamic personality. A personality of JFK that helped contribute to his presidential win charismatic
John Kennedy's brother who served as attorney general and gradually embraced growing civil rights reform; later, as senator from New York, he made a run for the Democratic presidential nomination Robert Kennedy
The term used to describe the attitude of the Kennedy White House, this word described the feeling a visitor would have upon entry, with the royal feeling, cultured performances, and feeling of history. Jacqueline Kennedy was the woman who exemplified this the most, with her intelligence and beauty, eye for detail and history, and regal air. Finally, the Kennedys' children only added to the upbeat and enthusiastic atmosphere Camelot
President John F. Kennedy's Secretary of Defense who played a large role in regulating the Vietnam War and advising JFK on it. He was one of the president's closest advisers and shaped the army in new ways by modernizing it, making it more flexible, and pushing for new reforms in tactics against other countries during wartime (flexible response). His role was a very significant one as he is largely credited with keeping the war going Robert McNamara
the Eisenhower administration's policy for containing Soviet communism by pledging to respond to any act of aggression with the most destructive capabilities available, including nuclear weapons, which they stock pilled massive retaliation
Cuban revolutionary leader who overthrew the corrupt regime of the dictator Fulgencio Batista in 1959 and soon after established a Communist state. He was prime minister of Cuba from 1959 to 1976 and has been president of the government and First Secretary of the Communist Party since 1976 Fidel Castro
In April 1961, a group of Cuban exiles organized and supported by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency landed on the southern coast of Cuba in an effort to overthrow Fidel Castro. When the invasion ended in disaster, President Kennedy took full responsibility for the failure Bay of Pigs
Leader of the Soviet Union during the building of the Berlin Wall and the Cuban Missile Crisis. He and President Kennedy signed the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in 1963, temporarily easing Cold War tensions Nikita Krushchev
A fortified wall surrounding West Berlin, Germany, built in 1961 to prevent East German citizens from traveling to the West. Its demolition in 1989 symbolized the end of the Cold War. This wall was both a deterrent to individuals trying to escape and a symbol of repression to the free world Berlin Wall
an agency established in 1961 to provide volunteer assistance to developing nations in Asia, Africa, and Latin America Peace Corps
a group, headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren, that investigated the assassination of President Kennedy and concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald alone was responsible for it Warren Commmission
The program in which U.S. volunteers provided assistance to developing nations of the world. Earl Warren
A Federal program established in 1965 that provides hospital insurance at low cost to Americans aged 65 and over. Medicare
A program established in 1965 that provides health insurance for people on welfare. Medicaid

John Kennedy Word Search

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The 1960's Crossword

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Candidate who ran against John F. Kennedy in the 1960 Presidential Election Nixon
What country was the home of wall that prevented Easterners from defecting to the West in Europe Berlin
rode on interstate buses into the segregated South to test the 1960 U.S. Supreme Court decision Boynton v. Virginia that outlawed racial segregation in interstate bus stations and railroad terminals Freedom Riders
The U.S. Supreme Court rules against compulsory ______ in public schools prayer
The city where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated Dallas
Name of Martin Luther King's speech he presented in front of the Washington Memorial I Have A Dream
The Beatles first album Please Please Me
Act that ended legal discrimination in public places, promising equal voting rights Civil Rights Act
President Lyndon Johnson announces his program to help health care to provide to more citizens Medicare
Black Muslim leader of the Black Panther who was assassinated in 1965 MalcolmX
War between the Soviets and the United States that ended in no casualties but created alot of tension Cold War