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Timeline of the John F. Kennedy presidency (1963)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a timeline of the Presidency of John F. Kennedy from January 1, 1963, to November 22, 1963, upon his assassination and death.

January

January 14: President Kennedy delivers his third State of the Union address.
January 14: President Kennedy delivers his third State of the Union address.

February

March

  • March 15 – Victor Feguer is executed after Kennedy's February 20 denial of clemency. The execution marks the last federal execution until the execution of Timothy McVeigh on June 11, 2001.
  • March 18-20 – President Kennedy makes the seventh international trip of his presidency, travelling to San José, Costa Rica, where he attends the Conference of Presidents of the Central American Republics.[5]

April

May

June

June 26: President Kennedy delivers his now-famous Ich bin ein Berliner speech.
June 26: President Kennedy delivers his now-famous Ich bin ein Berliner speech.

July

August

September

  • September 20 – Address before the United Nations General Assembly (JFK's second) stating various specific recommendations to "move the world to a just and lasting peace".
  • September 28 – Dedication of Clair A. Hill Whiskeytown Dam just outside Redding, California in Shasta County. Kennedy touted the reservoir as the largest of the Trinity County Dams" that "could be used to benefit the farms and lands further south."

October

October 7: President Kennedy signs the Partial Test Ban Treaty, a major milestone in early nuclear disarmament in the Nuclear Age.
October 7: President Kennedy signs the Partial Test Ban Treaty, a major milestone in early nuclear disarmament in the Nuclear Age.

November

November 22: Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as the nation's 36th president aboard Air Force One, roughly 90 minutes after Kennedy's death.
November 22: Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as the nation's 36th president aboard Air Force One, roughly 90 minutes after Kennedy's death.
  • November 24 – Kennedy lies in state in the Capitol rotunda for a period of 18 hours. NBC broadcasts live uninterrupted coverage of people paying their respects at the president's casket during the overnight hours.
November 23: Kennedy lies in repose in the East Room of the White House.
November 23: Kennedy lies in repose in the East Room of the White House.

See also

References

  1. ^ Burd, Laurence (January 31, 1963). "Name Son of FDR Top Commerce Aid". Chicago Tribune.
  2. ^ "Kennedy Denies Hoffa's Charges Over Bonding". Chicago Tribune. January 31, 1963.
  3. ^ Freeburg, Russell (January 31, 1963). "Farm Message To Congress Avoids Detail". Chicago Tribune.
  4. ^ J. F. Kennedy (February 20, 1963). "Victor Harry Feguer -- Petition for Commutation of Death Sentence". The Smoking Gun. Archived from the original on July 27, 2003. Retrieved January 9, 2010. I have reviewed your letter of January 21 regarding the application for clemency in behalf of Mr. Feguer. Taking all factors into account, it is my decision that the petition should be and is hereby denied.
  5. ^ a b "Travels of President John F. Kennedy". U.S. Department of State Office of the Historian. Retrieved May 18, 2016.
  6. ^ Maraniss, David (1996). First In His Class: A Biography Of Bill Clinton. Touchstone. ISBN 0-684-81890-6.
  7. ^ Altman, Lawrence K. (July 29, 2013). "A Kennedy Baby's Life and Death". The New York Times. Retrieved July 29, 2013.
  8. ^ Frank, William P. (November 15, 1963). "JFK dedicates Del., Md. turnpikes". The Morning News. Wilmington, DE. p. 1.
  9. ^ "'Turnpike' Signs Stay on Kennedy Highway". The Morning News. Wilmington, DE. December 17, 1963. p. 3.

External links

U.S. presidential administration timelines
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Kennedy presidency (1962)
Kennedy presidency (1963) Succeeded by
Johnson presidency (1963–1969)
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