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Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy

Rose F. Kennedy (July 22, 1890 - Jan. 22, 1995) Wife of Joseph P. Kennedy and mother of nine children among whom were Pres. John F. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy.
Rose F. Kennedy (July 22, 1890 - Jan. 22, 1995) Wife of Joseph P. Kennedy and mother of nine children among whom were Pres. John F. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy. « Show less

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  • A healthy dose of American history

    A healthy dose of American history
    Paul Revere was captured on April 18, 1775, before he could warn the residents of Concord, Mass., that the British were coming. (He did make it to Lexington, Mass.)
  • Travel Postcard: 48 Hours in Boston with children

    BOSTON (Reuters Life!) - Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the United States' oldest cities. It is home to historical sites and with 50 colleges and universities in the area it has a lively, youthful feel. Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help...

    Recap: Kennedy discusses book, life

    Recap: Kennedy discusses book, life
    Rose Kennedy was a woman who took a special interest in what her granddaughters wore and how they wore it, her granddaughter Caroline says in her recently published poetry anthology. At a lunch on Wednesday, Caroline Kennedy described the time she and...

    Kathleen Kennedy Townsend advocates for home births in The Atlantic

    Kathleen Kennedy Townsend advocates for home births in The Atlantic
    Former Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, who gave birth to three of her four daughters at home, writes about the advantages of home births in The Atlantic. Home births are a less expensive and more personal option for some mothers, she writes. "Each...

    'True Compass' by Edward M. Kennedy

    'True Compass' by Edward M. Kennedy
    "The graveyards of the world," Charles De Gaulle once said, "are filled with indispensable men." The eloquent shrug of Gallic irony aside, the living do walk away, even from the graves of the great and good, and history -- which is life in the...