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Jackie Kennedy

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I think that I should have Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis because she does a lot of the things that I like to do. Like horseback riding, writing and painting. She is a very wealthy woman and so was her husband. She was the 35th president’s wife and she lived in the white house. I want to learn why she became one of the most popular women.

 

 

 

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      Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was born on July 28, 1929 in South Hampton, New York.  Jackie’s mother’s name was Janet Lee Bouvier, her fathers name was Jack Bouvier or (Jack Black) because of his dark skin. Jackie was almost eleven when she was crushed by the divorce of her parents, and Jackie ran off with her baby sister, Lee, and was found at the police station with her mother worried sick.

 Jackie Kennedy became one of the most popular first ladies after a short life in the White House.  She won a prize for her beauty, fashion sense, and talent with languages. After this parents began naming their daughters after Jackie Kennedy and many women began coping her hairstyles and hats and flat-heeled shoes.

During 1947, Jackie Kennedy went to Vassar collage, Miss Potters finishing school and Hugh D. Auchincloss, and George Washington University.   

Jackie was almost eleven when she was crushed by the divorce of her parents, and Jackie ran off with her baby sister Lee and was found at the police station with her mother worried sick.

Jackie had her mothers beautiful, thick, long, brown hair and her mothers beautiful brown eyes. She had her father’s square shaped jaw. This was one of the reasons that made her one of the most popular first ladies.  Jackie’s mother was a very strict mother and was not above giving her daughters a spanking if they needed it. Jackie’s father spoiled her rotten. He took her to the zoo, spent wonderful days together. He took her to the Ice Ceram Shop, toy store, and dress shops.

 Jackie’s mother wanted Jackie to become just like her. Jackie’s mother dressed her in a tiny replica if Jackie’s mother’s horse ridding outfit with a hat, tie, coat with a collar, trousers, and leather boots. Jackie showed her dog that was about the same size as her and it was all over the news.

            Jackie Kennedy married John F. Kennedy on September 12, 1953. Jackie Kennedy had three children and there names are Caroline Bouvier Kennedy born on November 27, 1957. A son name John F. Kennedy Jr. born on November 25, 1960, and Patrick Bouvier. She lived in Hyannis Port. Massachusetts.

 In 1960 Jackie wrote a news paper column.

 Jackie became pregnant and it turned out to be a miscarriage and Jackie was very, very upset and so was John F. Kennedy. In 1947 Jackie was named Debutante of the year. In May 1962, Jackie christened the Lafayette, the nation’s largest Polaris-firing submarine. In 1947 Jackie was named Debutante of the year. In 1961 during her travels with the president to Europe and Central and South America (1962) she won wide praise for her beauty, fashion sense, and facility with languages. Jackie was so popular that parents began to name there children after Jackie, and women copied her bouffant hairstyles, pillbox hat, and flat-heeled shoes. Jackie’s husband died shortly after the death of her newborn son, Patrick Bouiver, and then remarried to Aristotle Onassis. As an adult Jackie loved; horseback riding, writing, and painting. Soon after Jackie was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in 1994, she died in her New York City apartment. After her one surviving son, John F. Kennedy Jr. was killed in a plane accident in 1999.

 

 

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Anderson, Catherine Corley.  Jackie Kennedy Onassis.  Minneapolis:  Lerner Publications Company, 1995

 

 

 

“Jackie Kennedy Onassis Biography” April 4, 2010 http://www.biography.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (1)

Taler said

at 10:03 am on Jun 14, 2010

have fun doing jackie

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