August 3, 2019

John F. Kennedy’s murder assisted in the civil rights era.

Well remembered for transformation President John F. Kennedy’s assassination took place on November 22, 1963. When He was traveling with his wife Jacqueline and the Texas governor John Connally in an open-top convertible during a 10-mile motorcade through Dallas, Texas when gunman Lee Harvey Oswald fired three shots from the […]
August 3, 2019

William McKinley’s assassination created the Secret Service.

IN U.S soil it happened again when Anarchist Leon Czolgosz on September 6, 1901, shot President William McKinley. It was just a normal day and McKinley was shaking hands at a public reception at the Pan-American Exposition, a fair in Buffalo, New York.   It was a well-planned assassination as […]
August 3, 2019

James A. Garfield’s death changed the system of political patronage.

Assassination of U.S presidents didn’t end with that of President Lincoln because On July 2, 1881, President James A. Garfield was shot twice that’s in the arm and the back the shot out that happened as he entered the old Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station in Washington, D.C. he was […]
August 3, 2019

Abraham Lincoln’s assassination dramatically changed the Reconstruction era.

The most celebrated President Abraham Lincoln, an America’s Civil War leader, who was assassinated just five days after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered his army at Appomattox Court House, that ended the four year War that was  Between the States. April 14, 1865 early evening , Lincoln was attending […]
August 3, 2019

How Presidential Assassinations Changed U.S. Politics

The U.S is considered to be one of the nations that are really democracies, but for it to reach there it went through what many African nations are going through,  and let me take you through how Four U.S. presidents were assassinated while in the office – something common is […]
August 3, 2019

Civil War begins at 1861 after Confederate forces fired on Fort Sumter

Most of the people who know about it call it The bloodiest four years in American history that begun after  Confederate shore batteries that by then was under General P.G.T. all was good until Beauregard open fire on Union that was held at  Fort Sumter that’s in  South Carolina’s Charleston […]
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